Hanoi Book Street given facelift during Tet
The Hanoi Book Street was given a facelift from February 14 to 21 as part of the city's activities to celebrate Tet (Lunar New Year) festival.
|2021 Spring Book Street takes place in Hanoi from February 14 to 21 (ie from the 3rd day to the 10th day of the first lunar month), introducing books of different genres to visitors in celebration of the Lunar New Year. (Photo: Vietnam+)|
|Given the COVID-19 pandemic, visitors to the book street are requested to take preventive measures such as wearing masks, washing hands with sanitiser and keeping distance. (Photo: Vietnam+)|
|Spring book street is decorated to match traditional Tet atmosphere. (Photo: Vietnam+)|
|A ‘book ATM’, initiated by Dr. Nguyen Manh Hung, Chairman and CEO of Thai Ha Books JSC, serves book lovers. (Photo: Vietnam+)|
|Spring book street attracts visitors during Tet holiday. (Photo: Vietnam+)|
|The books are beautifully laid out, attracting readers' attention. (Photo: Vietnam+)|
|Some publishers run a lucky draw for visitors. (Photo: Vietnam+)|
|New look on Hanoi book street in the early days of the Lunar New Year. (Photo: Vietnam+)|
Nestled quietly in the small attic of the old dormitory on Dinh Le Street in Hanoi, Mao Bookstore has become a familiar destination for book lovers in the capital city.
The 2020 Spring Book Street was opened in Hanoi on January 27 as part of the activities to celebrate the 90th founding anniversary of the Communist Party of Vietnam (February 3) and the traditional lunar New Year festival (Tet).