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Activities to welcome Lunar New

Activities to welcome Lunar New Year’s Eve 2017

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BTO – The Department of Culture-Sports and Tourism of Binh Thuan unveiled plans to celebrate the Lunar New Year’s Eve 2017 on January 10th afternoon. Accordingly, the major activities to welcome the first moment of the year of Rooster 2017 will take place from 18:00 to 24:00 (on the 30th of December in Lunar calendar) at Nguyen Tat Thanh square and the lobby of the provincial Convention center.

Locals and visitors can enjoy numerous activities including: special art performances in celebration of the New Year 2017; photos exhibition on the achievements of Binh Thuan in 2016; Don ca tai tu shows; eventful street-music performance, free-style dancing on the musical background of Disk Jockey, Vietnamese dragon dances, etc.

After considering opinions of functional bodies, Director of the Department of Culture-Sports and Tourism has given nod to the plan. Consequently, Phan Thiet and other localities of Binh Thuan will hold other activities to welcome the New Year instead of letting off fireworks on the night of the January 27th, 2017 (i.e. December 30thin Lunar calendar).

My Thien (Source: dulichbinhthuan.com.vn)

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