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1/28/2019 10:55:50 AM

Vietnamese Lunar New Year celebration in Seattle (the US)

Vietnamese community in Seattle has an early Lunar New Year celebration in Jan.27 so as not to conflict with other celebration of Tet, which is Feb.5.

Kids with the Vovinam Association of Washington warm up their martial arts moves (and themselves) before performing Sunday at the 23rd annual Tet in Seattle celebration at Seattle Center’s Fisher Pavilion This particular Vietnamese Lunar New Year celebration, for the Year of the Pig, comes early to Seattle so as not to conflict with other local celebrations of Tet, which is Feb. 5. (Ken Lambert / The Seattle Times)

One-year-old Xander Tran of West Seattle arrives with his au pair to his first Tet in Seattle celebration Sunday at Seattle Center’s Fisher Pavilion. (Ken Lambert / The Seattle Times)

Traditional fan dancers with the Vovinam Association of Washington rehearse making a “flower” before performing Sunday at the 23rd annual Tet in Seattle celebration at Seattle Center’s Fisher Pavilion. (Ken Lambert / The Seattle Times)

Audience members with phones capture every moment of Vietnamese martial arts moves made by the Vovinam Association of Washington performance Sunday at the 23rd annual Tet in Seattle celebration at Seattle Center’s Fisher Pavilion. (Ken Lambert / The Seattle Times)

 
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