Art performance to serve Vietnamese community in Japan on Tet

Thursday, 25/01/2024 10:30
On the occasion of the Lunar New Year Festival of Dragon 2024, the State Commission for Overseas Vietnamese under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has organized an art troupe to serve the Vietnamese community in Japan.
Artists, the organizing board and guests at the event held in Tokyo, Japan (Photo: 

Receiving an invitation of the Vietnamese Embassy and the Vietnamese Consulate General in Fukuoka, Japan, the art troupe, including artists from the Vietnam Youth Theater, had a performance tour in Japan.  

In Fukuoka, the troupe attended and performed in the opening program of the Homeland Spring Festival 2024 at Tenjinchuo Park in the centre of Fukuoka city.

This event was organized by the Consulate General of Vietnam in Fukuoka and the Overseas Vietnamese Association in Fukuoka and the Vietnam Trade and Investment Promotion Association in Kyushu, taking place from January 18-21.

The opening program had the participation of Ms. Vu Chi Mai, Consul General of Vietnam in Fukuoka; Ms. Omagari Akie, Deputy Governor of Fukuoka Prefecture; Mr. Kohara Katsuji, Chairman of the Council of Fukuoka Prefecture; Mr. Inoue Hirotaka, Vice Chairman of the Vietnam -Japan Parliamentary Friendship Alliance in Fukuoka, and guests from Vietnamese Associations in Fukuoka.

The performances of the art troupe in the Homeland Spring Festival 2024 helped overseas Vietnamese and international friends immerse themselves in the atmosphere of spring, building emotional connection and cultural exchange between the two countries.

In Tokyo, the art troupe attended and performed in the Homeland Spring Program organized by the Vietnamese Embassy in collaboration with Vietnamese Associations and Unions in Japan.

This event is organized annually by the Vietnamese Embassy in Japan to bring a warm Tet space and cheerful spring colors, connecting Vietnamese people far away from home on the occasion of the nation's traditional Tet.

The organization of art troupes to serve the Vietnamese community on the occasion of Tet shows the Party and State's concern for the overseas Vietnamese community who do not have the opportunity to return to the homeland to celebrate Tet. In addition, it also contributes to creating a sense of solidarity between the Vietnamese communities in host countries with the people in the country./.