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    Photo: "Pang to day" blossoms bloom on hillsides, mountains in Northwestern Vietnam. VNA Photo: Xuân Tiến
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    Photo: "Pang to day" blossoms bloom on hillsides, mountains in Northwestern Vietnam. VNA Photo: Xuân Tiến
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    Photo: "Pang to day" blossoms bloom several weeks before the Lunar New Year, falling in between January and February. VNA Photo: Xuân Tiến
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    Photo: "Pang to day" blossoms bloom several weeks before the Lunar New Year, falling in between January and February. VNA Photo: Xuân Tiến
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    Photo: "Pang to day" blossom each has five pink petals, but bigger and thicker than peach blossoms in the lowland. VNA Photo: Xuân Tiến
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    Photo: "Pang to day" blossom each has five pink petals, but bigger and thicker than peach blossoms in the lowland. VNA Photo: Xuân Tiến
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    Photo: "Pang to day" blossoms in the front-door of H'Mong people's house in northwestern Dien Bien province. VNA Photo: Xuân Tiến
As freezing winds of winter is gone and warm spring sunbeam comes, “pang to day” (forest peach blossoms) begin blowing boomingly all over mountains and villages of Northwestern Vietnam. For H’Mong ethnic people as well as other ethnic groups in northwestern Vietnam, “pang to day” blossoms in bloom signal the spring, the season of love and joy. With their big and thick pink petals, “pang to day” are symbol of a strong vitality against the piercing cold weather. VNA Photo: Xuân Tiến

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