Saigon Jan 21st, 1966. - Tet festival is the biggest holidays for vietnamese during the year.
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MS,CU Views of the temple of former general Le Van Duyet
MS,CU Choppesticks were on sales at the entrance of the temple
MS,CU People come to the temple
MS,CU Men and women prayed before the temple for their lives during the new year.
MS,CU ashsticks at the temple
MS,CU southsayers pre said the good and bad luck around the temple
MS,CU Other ones requested the pre saying of bad or good luck for their personal lives before the tomb of the former general
MS,CU firecrackers to welcome the good god of the year
MS,CU Tet festival is an enjoyment for men and children.
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Background: Saigon Jan 21st, 1966. - Tet festival is the biggest holidays for vietnamese during the year. During the 1st days of the Tet (1st day of new lunar year in Jan 21st, for this year of horse) vietnamese people come to the temple of the former general Le Van Duyet to request for the presaying of their bad or good luck during the new year. Other ones come to pray for their lives during the year to come.