(Cinet)- Hanoi’s Ly Thai To Square will organize an official programme entitled “Xuan Que Huong 2013″ (Homeland Spring)as a celebration for Vietnamese expatriates returning home on the Lunar New Year (Tet) Festival on February 3. Following the success of the program ” Homeland Spring 2012 – sacred dragon convergence”, a program “Homeland Spring2013” with the theme “”Lightening ancestral land” is a chance to celebrate ” Hung King Worship” recognized as intangible cultural heritage of humanity this year. High-ranking Party and State leaders from across the world will attend the programme. Some overseas Vietnamese artists are expected to bring a warmly happy atmosphere to Hanoian audiences through performances. Songs praising the country’s Renewal achievements are some of the programme’s highlights and some participants will also have the opportunity to exchange stories and experiences. The 2012 ” Homeland Spring” took place in Ba Dinh Square, attracting hundreds of Overseas Vietnamese from all over the world. The event 2013 is organized by the State Committee for Overseas Vietnamese Affairs under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.