Update: 16:35 | 21/01/2020
(BGO) - Aiming to help students understand more about the Vietnamese traditional New Year festival (or Tet), a number of youth unions, associations and schools have organised many activities to experience tradition of Tet like making Banh chung (square glutinous rice cake), arranging Tet dishes table and five-fruit tray.
The youth union of Dinh Ke ward collaborated with Dinh Ke primary school to organise the Programme “Reunited Tet – love sharing” on 20 January with participation of more than 1,000 students, teachers and students’ parents.
Students of Dinh Ke primary school perform art performances to welcome new spring.
After the special art programme with the songs of spring, the students of groups 3, 4 and 5 learned about the tradition of Tet such as Tet customs, popular dishes and fruits.
Besides, they had opportunity to learn how to wrap banh chung with sticky rice, green bean, pork and wrapping leaves (dong leaves).
Students of Le Loi primary school experience making banh chung.
On this occasion, the youth union and youth federation of Dinh Ke ward presented 10 gift packages to needy students in the locality.
*Previously on 19 January, Le Loi kindergarten in Bac Giang city held “Kids’ Tet fair” attracting participation of a large number of children and their parents.
A Tet dishes table of Nguyen Hong high school in Bac Giang city.
In line with exciting art and dragon dance performances, the children experienced many other activities like making to he (toy figurines) and banh chung. On this occasion, the parents’ association and some enterprises gave many gifts to needy students.
Students of Dong Lac primary school in Yen The district learn calligraphy.
At some schools as Dong Lac primary school in Yen The district and Nguyen Hong high school in Bac Giang city, the students enjoyed Lunar New Year festival with a number of activities including banh chung making contest, Tet dishes table decorating contest and calligraphy performance.
These activities contribute to educating about Vietnamese fine cultural tradition while creating a useful playground and raising the community spirit on Tet occasion.