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LUNAR-NEWYEAR/VIETNAM
RTX4RR02
February 07, 2018
A farmer transports a kumquat tree for sale ahead of the Vietnamese "Tet" (Lunar New Year festival),...
Hanoi, Vietnam
A farmer transports a kumquat tree for sale ahead of the Vietnamese "Tet" (Lunar New Year festival),...
A farmer transports a kumquat tree for sale ahead of the Vietnamese "Tet" (Lunar New Year festival), in a field in Hanoi, Vietnam February 7, 2018. REUTERS/Kham
LUNAR-NEWYEAR/VIETNAM
RTX4RQYU
February 07, 2018
A farmer waters kumquat trees for sale ahead of the Vietnamese "Tet" (Lunar New Year festival), in a...
Hanoi, Vietnam
A farmer waters kumquat trees for sale ahead of the Vietnamese "Tet" (Lunar New Year festival), in a...
A farmer waters kumquat trees for sale ahead of the Vietnamese "Tet" (Lunar New Year festival), in a field in Hanoi, Vietnam February 7, 2018. REUTERS/Kham
LUNAR-NEWYEAR/VIETNAM
RTSWSFQ
January 22, 2017
A man transports kumquat trees for sale ahead of Vietnamese "Tet" (the lunar new year festival) in a...
Hanoi, Vietnam
A man transports kumquat trees for sale in Hanoi
A man transports kumquat trees for sale ahead of Vietnamese "Tet" (the lunar new year festival) in a field in Hanoi January 22, 2017. REUTERS/Kham
LUNAR-NEWYEAR/VIETNAM
RTSWSFP
January 22, 2017
A farmer stands among kumquat trees as she waits for customers ahead of Vietnamese "Tet" (the lunar new...
Hanoi, Vietnam
A farmer stands among kumquat trees in Hanoi
A farmer stands among kumquat trees as she waits for customers ahead of Vietnamese "Tet" (the lunar new year festival) in a field in Hanoi January 22, 2017. REUTERS/Kham
LUNAR-NEWYEAR/VIETNAM
RTSWSEI
January 22, 2017
A farmer sits next to kumquat trees as she waits for customers ahead of Vietnamese "Tet" (the lunar new...
Hanoi, Vietnam
A farmer sits next to kumquat trees as she waits for customers ahead of Tet in Hanoi
A farmer sits next to kumquat trees as she waits for customers ahead of Vietnamese "Tet" (the lunar new year festival) in a field in Hanoi January 22, 2017. REUTERS/Kham
GERMANY-FLOWERS/
RTSCN6L
March 29, 2016
A kumquat tree is seen in the winter garden of a restaurant in the village Seeheim near Darmstadt, Germany,...
SEEHEIM, Germany
A kumquat tree is seen in the winter garden of a restaurant in the village Seeheim near Darmstadt
A kumquat tree is seen in the winter garden of a restaurant in the village Seeheim near Darmstadt, Germany, March 27, 2016. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
VIETNAM/
RTX17SDT
January 24, 2014
A woman waters kumquat trees while waiting for customers in Hanoi January 24, 2014. Kumquats are used...
Hanoi, Vietnam
A woman waters kumquat trees while waiting for customers in Hanoi
A woman waters kumquat trees while waiting for customers in Hanoi January 24, 2014. Kumquats are used for decorations during the Vietnamese "Tet" (Lunar New Year festival), which will take place from January 29 to February 5. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: SOCIETY)
VIETNAM/
RTX17SDK
January 24, 2014
A woman uses a mobile phone near kumquat trees while waiting for customers in Hanoi January 24, 2014....
Hanoi, Vietnam
A woman uses a mobile phone near kumquat trees while waiting for customers in Hanoi
A woman uses a mobile phone near kumquat trees while waiting for customers in Hanoi January 24, 2014. Kumquats are used for decorations during the Vietnamese "Tet" (Lunar New Year festival), which will take place from January 29 to February 5. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: SOCIETY)
VIETNAM/
RTX17SDD
January 24, 2014
A man waters kumquat trees while waiting for customers in Hanoi January 24, 2014. Kumquats are used for...
Hanoi, Vietnam
A man waters kumquat trees while waiting for customers in Hanoi
A man waters kumquat trees while waiting for customers in Hanoi January 24, 2014. Kumquats are used for decorations during the Vietnamese "Tet" (Lunar New Year festival), which will take place from January 29 to February 5. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: SOCIETY)
TAIWAN/
RTXXCI8
February 01, 2011
A woman arranges kumquat trees at a Chinese New Year flower market in Taipei February 1, 2011. The Lunar...
Taipei, Taiwan
A woman arranges kumquat trees at a Chinese New Year flower market in Taipei
A woman arranges kumquat trees at a Chinese New Year flower market in Taipei February 1, 2011. The Lunar New Year begins on February 3 and marks the start of the Year of the Rabbit, according to the Chinese zodiac. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
VIETNAM/
RTXX77O
January 28, 2011
A customer stands in a field of kumquat trees in Hanoi January 28, 2011. Kumquats are used for decoration...
Hanoi, Vietnam
A customer stands in a field of kumquat trees in Hanoi
A customer stands in a field of kumquat trees in Hanoi January 28, 2011. Kumquats are used for decoration during Tet, the Vietnamese traditional lunar new year, which will take place from February 2 to 6. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: SOCIETY AGRICULTURE)
VIETNAM/
RTXX76Z
January 28, 2011
A farmer walks in her kumquat field in Hanoi January 28, 2011. Kumquats are used for decoration during...
Hanoi, Vietnam
A farmer walks in her kumquat field in Hanoi
A farmer walks in her kumquat field in Hanoi January 28, 2011. Kumquats are used for decoration during Tet, the Vietnamese traditional lunar new year, which will take place from February 2 to 6. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: SOCIETY AGRICULTURE)
VIETNAM
RTR18ZHB
January 26, 2006
Kumquat plants, used as decorations during the Lunar New Year, are displayed for sale at a flower market...
Hanoi, Viet Nam
Kumquat plants are displayed for sale at flower market in Hanoi
Kumquat plants, used as decorations during the Lunar New Year, are displayed for sale at a flower market in Hanoi, Vietnam January 26, 2006. Vietnam will celebrate the Tet Festival or Lunar New Year of the Dog, the country's most important festival of the year, from January 28 to February 2, 2006. REUTERS/Kham
VIETNAM
RTR18U6N
January 24, 2006
A Vietnamese woman displays kumquat plants, used as decorations during the Lunar New Year, for sale on...
Hanoi, Viet Nam
Vietnamese woman displays kumquat plants for sale on the street in Hanoi
A Vietnamese woman displays kumquat plants, used as decorations during the Lunar New Year, for sale on the street in Hanoi, Vietnam January 24, 2006. Vietnam will celebrate the Tet Festival or Lunar New Year of the Dog, the country's most important festival of the year, from January 28 to February 2. REUTERS/Kham
VIETNAM
RTR18TP9
January 24, 2006
A kumquat plant, used as a decoration during the Lunar New Year, is displayed for sale on a street in...
Hanoi, Viet Nam
Kumquat plant is displayed for sale on street in Hanoi
A kumquat plant, used as a decoration during the Lunar New Year, is displayed for sale on a street in Hanoi, Vietnam January 24, 2006. Vietnam will celebrate the Tet Festival or Lunar New Year of the Dog, the country's most important festival of the year, from January 28 to February 2, 2006. REUTERS/Kham
SINGAPORE
RTR18NFM
January 22, 2006
A shopkeeper prepares kumquat trees which are for sale as part of Chinese New Year celebrations, at Chinatown...
Singapore, Singapore
Shopkeeper prepares kumquat trees at Chinatown in Singapore
A shopkeeper prepares kumquat trees which are for sale as part of Chinese New Year celebrations, at Chinatown in Singapore, January 22, 2006. Chinese around the world will celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year of the Dog on January 29. REUTERS/John Voos
VIETNAM
RTR18HB2
January 20, 2006
A Vietnamese farmer transports a kumquat tree, which is decorated for the Lunar New Year, by motorcycle...
Hanoi, Viet Nam
Vietnamese farmer transports kumquat tree by motorcycle in Hanoi
A Vietnamese farmer transports a kumquat tree, which is decorated for the Lunar New Year, by motorcycle in Hanoi January 20, 2006. Vietnam will celebrate the Tet festival or Lunar New Year of the Dog, the country's most important festival of the year, from January 28 to February 2, 2006. REUTERS/Kham PP06010216
VIETNAM
RTRLYOV
February 01, 2005
A Vietnamese woman transports peach blossoms with her bicycle in downtown Hanoi February 1, 2005. Vietnam...
Hanoi, Viet Nam
A Vietnamese woman transports peach blossoms in downtown Hanoi.
A Vietnamese woman transports peach blossoms with her bicycle in downtown Hanoi February 1, 2005. Vietnam will usher in the Lunar New Year, also the Chinese Year of the Rooster, on February 9. Peach blossoms and kumquat trees are the two main plants used as decorations to commemorate the Lunar New Year. REUTERS/Kham Kham/AT
VIETNAM
RTRJM69
January 04, 2005
A Vietnamese farmer tends to his kumquat garden in Hanoi January 4, 2005. Vietnam is preparing for its...
Hanoi, Vietnam
A Vietnamese farmer tends to his kumquat garden in Hanoi.
A Vietnamese farmer tends to his kumquat garden in Hanoi January 4, 2005. Vietnam is preparing for its Tet, or lunar new year festival, which will be celebrated between February 8 and 12. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE. REUTERS/Kham Kham/CN
VIETNAM
RTRD9F7
October 13, 2004
A Vietnamese woman wearing a traditional conical hat works in a kumquat field in Hanoi on October 13,...
Hanoi, Viet Nam
A Vietnamese woman wears a traditional works in a kumquat field in Hanoi.
A Vietnamese woman wearing a traditional conical hat works in a kumquat field in Hanoi on October 13, 2004. REUTERS/Kham. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE. KHAM/TW
VIETNAM
RTRD9F1
October 13, 2004
A Vietnamese woman wearing a traditional conical hat works in a kumquat field in Hanoi on October 13,...
Hanoi, Viet Nam
A Vietnamese woman wears a traditional works in a kumquat field in Hanoi.
A Vietnamese woman wearing a traditional conical hat works in a kumquat field in Hanoi on October 13, 2004. Vietnam has agreed to apply average tariffs of around 24 percent for agricultural goods during the talks with European Union on its entry into the World Trade Organization, which the Southeast Asian country said it still aims to join by 2005. REUTERS/Kham. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE. KHAM/TW
VIETNAM
RTRAI84
January 18, 2004
A Vietnamese woman selling Kumquat tree as a decoration for the upcoming Lunar New Year waits for customer...
Hanoi, Viet Nam - Socialist Republic of
A VIETNAMESE WOMAN SELLING KUMQUAT TREE FOR THE UPCOMING LUNAR NEW YEAR WAITS FOR CUSTOMER IN HANOI.
A Vietnamese woman selling Kumquat tree as a decoration for the upcoming Lunar New Year waits for customer in Hanoi January 18, 2004. The outbreak of avian flu type H5N1 virus emerged just ahead of the country's biggest celebration, Tet or the Lunar New Year on January 22. REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim ZH
VIETNAM
RTRAI7X
January 18, 2004
Vietnamese look at the kumquat trees as a decoration for the upcoming Lunar New Year in Hanoi, January...
Hanoi, Viet Nam - Socialist Republic of
VIETNAMESE LOOK AT THE KUMQUAT TREES AS A DECORATION FOR THE UPCOMING LUNAR NEW YEAR IN HANOI.
Vietnamese look at the kumquat trees as a decoration for the upcoming Lunar New Year in Hanoi, January 18, 2004. The outbreak of avian flu type H5N1 virus emerged just ahead of the country's biggest celebration, Tet or the Lunar New Year on January 22. REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim ZH/DL
CHINA NEWYEAR
RTRHISA
January 31, 2003
A Chinese shopper passes a kumquat plant with a Mickey Mouse red packet
inscribed with "Have a Prosperous...
Shanghai, China - Peoples Republic of
CHINESE WOMAN PASSES KUMQUAT PLANT WITH MICKEY MOUSE PACKET IN
SHANGHAI.
A Chinese shopper passes a kumquat plant with a Mickey Mouse red packet
inscribed with "Have a Prosperous New Year" at a flower market in
Shanghai, China's financial capital January 31, 2003. Chinese sellers
are using popular western icons with traditional items to lure more
customers to buy their product on the eve of the Lunar New Year.
Chinese consider kumquat an auspicious decoration, and use them to
welcome the Year of the Goat, which starts on February 1. REUTERS/Claro
Cortes IV

CC/CP
VIETNAM
RTR1BO5
February 10, 2002
Vietnamese women riding bicycles bring Kumquat trees from the
countryside to be sold in the Vietnamese...
Hanoi, Viet Nam - Socialist Republic of
VIETNAMESE WOMEN CARRY KUMQUAT TREES ON THE BACK OF THEIR BICYCLES IN
HANOI.
Vietnamese women riding bicycles bring Kumquat trees from the
countryside to be sold in the Vietnamese capital Hanoi, February 10,
2002. Kumquat trees are popular ornaments in the Northern part of
Vietnam for the Tet or the Vietnamese Lunar New Year which starts on
February 12. But planters complain that more and more people prefer to
buy apricot blossom trees brought from the South as the price of
Kumquat plants have increased due to bad weather during the year.
REUTERS/Rathavary Duong

RD/CP
VIETNAM
RTR15C3
February 05, 2002
A Vietnamese motorcyclist carries a Kumquat tree in Hanoi, February 5,
2002. Kumquat trees are popular...
Hanoi, Viet Nam - Socialist Republic of
MOTORCYCLIST CARRIES A KUMQUAT TREE FOR TET FESTIVAL IN HANOI.
A Vietnamese motorcyclist carries a Kumquat tree in Hanoi, February 5,
2002. Kumquat trees are popular ornaments throughout Vietnam during the
Tet or Lunar New Year which starts on February 12. REUTERS/Rathavary
Duong

RD/RCS
VIETNAM
RTR15B6
February 05, 2002
Hoang Kim Lien, a 45-year-old Vietnamese farmer, sprays a field of
Kumquat trees with fertiliser in...
Hanoi, Viet Nam - Socialist Republic of
VIETNAMESE FARMER SPRAYS KUMQUAT TREES AHEAD OF THE TET FESTIVAL IN
HANOI.
Hoang Kim Lien, a 45-year-old Vietnamese farmer, sprays a field of
Kumquat trees with fertiliser in Hanoi, February 5, 2002. Kumquat trees
are popular ornaments throughout Vietnam during the Tet or Lunar New
Year which starts on February 12. REUTERS/Rathavary Duong

RD/RCS
VIETNAM
RTRCCN5
December 26, 2000
Nguyen Thi Phuong, 30, trims a kumquat fruit tree at a Hanoi nursery December 26, 2000. The trees, planted...
Hanoi, Viet Nam - Socialist Republic of
A WORKER TRIMS A KUMQUAT FRUIT TREE IN HANOI.
Nguyen Thi Phuong, 30, trims a kumquat fruit tree at a Hanoi nursery December 26, 2000. The trees, planted about six months ago, will be sold in about two weeks as they are popular ornments for Tet, the Vietnamese lunar new year, which starts on January 24.

RD/DL
ROSE PARADE
RTRTSAZ
January 01, 2000
Dianne Taylor of Portland, Maine applies blueberries to an Amazon tree frog as she works as a volunteer...
Pasadena, USA
VOLUNTEER WORKS ON KODAK ROSE PARADE FLOAT.
Dianne Taylor of Portland, Maine applies blueberries to an Amazon tree frog as she works as a volunteer on the Eastman Kodak Company float title "Celebrate Nature" December 30 in Pasadena, California. The frog is also decorated with kumquats and dried beans. The float is entered in the Tournament of Roses Parade which will be televised to a world-wide audience on January 1, 2000.

FSP
ROSE PARADE
RTRTSAT
January 01, 2000
Dianne Taylor of Portland, Maine applies blueberries to an Amazon tree frog as she works as a volunteer...
Pasadena, USA
VOLUNTEER WORKS ON KODAK ROSE PARADE FLOAT.
Dianne Taylor of Portland, Maine applies blueberries to an Amazon tree frog as she works as a volunteer on the Eastman Kodak Company float title "Celebrate Nature" December 30 in Pasadena, California. The frog is also decorated with kumquats and dried beans. The float is entered in the Tournament of Roses Parade which will be televised to a world-wide audience on January 1, 2000.

FSP
ROSE PARADE
RTR19C
January 01, 2000
Smoke pours from the nostrils of a two-headed 30-foot tall dragon, part of the 21st Century Insurance...
Pasadena, USA
DRAGON FEATURED ON ROSE PARADE FLOAT.
Smoke pours from the nostrils of a two-headed 30-foot tall dragon, part of the 21st Century Insurance Company float titled " Visions of Wisdom and Imagination" as it rolls down Orange Grove Avenue during the 111th Tournament of Roses parade in Pasadena January 1. The float, decorated with kumquats, limes and purple dendrobium orchid florets, was awarded the Judge's Special Award for most spectacular in showmanship and dramatic impact. The theme for the parade was " Celebration 2000: Visions of The Future.

FSP/SV
MALAYSIA
RTXIMZ7
January 11, 1998
Entrepreneur Lim Ong carries one of his kumquat trees which he sells for RM25 ($5.5) each at a nursery...
Entrepreneur Lim Ong carries one of his kumquat trees which he sells for RM25 ($5.5) each at a nurse.....
Entrepreneur Lim Ong carries one of his kumquat trees which he sells for RM25 ($5.5) each at a nursery in Kuala Lumpur January 11. The Chinese equate these trees with prosperity and good luck and usually display them in their homes during Chinese New Year. However, the current economic slowdown has dampened business for Lim which has seen a 30 percent reduction in demands. Chinese Lunar New Year falls on January 28.
RTRAAPN
January 11, 1998
Entreprenuer Lim Ong carries one of his kumquat trees which he sells for RM25 ($5.5) each at a nursery...
Malaysia
NURSERY MANAGER SELLS KUMQUAT FOR CHINESE NEW YEAR IN KUALA LUMPUR
Entreprenuer Lim Ong carries one of his kumquat trees which he sells for RM25 ($5.5) each at a nursery in Kuala Lumpur January 11. The Chinese equate these trees with prosperity and good luck and usually display them in their homes during Chinese New Year. However, the current economic slowdown has dampened business for Lim which has seen a 30 percent reduction in demands. Chinese Lunar New Year falls on January 28.

MALAYSIA
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