Vietnamese Tet in the old days

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(VOVWORLD) - Memory about Tet, the Vietnamese Lunar New Year, during the old days, particularly in the subsidy period hasn’t faded from Vietnamese hearts. Let’s take a peek into the past to see what the cherished tradition looked like back then.

Must-have items during Tet in the past were fruit candies, spring roll wrappers, monosodium glutamate, pepper, cigarettes, and green tea.

A store selling firecrackers for the Tet holiday

Children in the past were always attracted to the red and pink fire crackers.

Busy Tet market

The crowded Dong Xuan market

Tet flower market

People used to buy Tet calendars, pictures, and New Year parallel sentences to decorate their home.

Peach blossom and kumquat trees have been decorative items for the Vietnamese for years.

Waiting to get blessings written in calligraphy, a New Year tradition that is still alive today.