Although Christmas is not an official public holiday in Vietnam, it is still a jubilant religious festival for joining with gusto whether being a Christian or not. Several tourist hesitate and ask me “How do Vietnamese celebrate Christmas?”. Well, this article will answer that question.
They said: “Gratitude is the sign of noble souls” and Vietnamese people take that into heart. For generations, the Vietnamese are taught to be grateful with what they have and how it come to be, either it was within their families or in large, the history that made the country, specifically, the people who were behind it.
The Buddha’s birthday is a day for every Buddhists to practice the teaching of the Buddha himself.