Christmas In Vietnam

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  1. Not many people in Vietnam are Christians, but some people like to go to Midnight Mass services to watch the Nativity plays and hear Christmas music. Vietnam used to be part of the French Empire and there are still French influences in the Christmas traditions. All churches, and some Christian homes, will have a nativity crib scene or 'creche'. Many Catholic churches have a .
  2. Christmas In Vietnam Christmas is a religious celebration, essentially Christian. It has become more than a religious occasion however and is celebrated worldwide, as much for commercial reasons as anything else. It comes at a time of the year that provides a natural break, whether it splits educational terms or simply spells the year end.
  3. In Vietnam, Christmas is one of the four main annual festivals (other than the birthday of Buddha, the New Year and the mid-autumn festival). It is celebrated as the birthday of Jesus Christ, known here as "Kito".
  4. Christmas is a grand party in Vietnam. History of Christmas in Vietnam. Christmas Holiday in Vietnam has had a tumultuous history. The Catholics are a minority in Vietnam but they used to celebrate Christmas quite in peace right from the days of the French colonial time. It is until the Communists took over political power in
  5. Oct 13,  · Christmas in Vietnam is mainly celebrated in the nights of December 24th and the 25th. Even though the holiday still has the cheerful and family vibe, the main purpose and meaning of Christmas are not really popular to all Vietnamese. Not all of Ratings:
  6. CHRISTMAS IN VIETNAM, A True Story by Jim Schueckler It was Christmas Eve but didn't feel like it in Vietnam. The mess hall had been unusually quiet. Although Christmas music was playing, nobody was talking. Later, in the first platoon pilot's hooch, the mood was the same.
  7. Although a predominantly Buddhist country, Christmas in Vietnam is still one of the four main annual religious festivals including the Lunar New Year, the mid-autumn festival, Buddha’s birthday. Christmas in Vietnam is a huge event and Christmas Eve, which is regarded as more important than Christmas Day in Vietnam, is a grand party when the fun-loving and sociable .

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