Legal Holidays in China

Legal holidays 2013

Schedule

Exchange the Day For Holiday  (The following holidays need to work or start to work)

New year day 

On January 1st~3th

January 5th (Saturday), on January 6th (Sunday)

Spring Festival Holiday

On February 9th ~15th

February 16th (Saturday), on February 17th (Sunday)

Chin Ming Festival

On April 4th ~ 6th

April 7th Sunday.

May labor Day 

On April 29th ~ May 1st

April 27th (Saturday), on April 28th (Sunday)

Dragon Boat Festival 

On June 10th ~12th

June 8th (Saturday), on June 9th (Sunday)

Mid-Autumn Festival

On September 19th ~21th

September 22th (Sunday).

National Day

On October 1st ~7th

September 29th (Sunday), on October 12th (Saturday)

 

Legal holidays 2014

Schedule

Exchange the Day For Holiday\  (The following holidays need to work or start to work)

New year day 

On December 30th 2013 to January 1st 2014

December 28th(Saturday),on December 29th (Sunday)

Spring Festival Holiday

On January 31th to Feb 6th

January 26th (Sunday), on February 8th (Saturday)

Chin Ming Festival

On April  5th ~ 7th

 

May labor Day 

On May 1st ~ 3th

May 4th (Sunday)

Dragon Boat Festival 

On May 31th ~ June 2th

 

Mid-Autumn Festival

On September 6th ~8th

 

National Day

On October 1st ~7th

September 28th (Sunday), on October 11th (Saturday)

China has 7 legal festivals in a year, on which all Chinese people will be on vacation. They are New Year's Day, Spring Festival, Qingming Festival, May Day, Dragon Boat Festival, Mid-Autumn Festival and National Day.

Some people have a half day off on the following four holidays or anniversaries including Women's Day, Youth Day, Children's Day and Army Day of the Chinese People's Liberation Army. Women have half day off on Women's Day. Young people over 14 years of age have a half day off on Youth Day. Children under 14 years old have a day off on Children's Day. Active members of the army have a half-day holiday on Army Day.

People celebrate many other festivals but they do not have time off: Arbor Day, International Nurses' Day, Anniversary of the Founding of the Chinese Communist Party, Teachers' Day and Journalists' Day.

Here is a detailed 2013 / 2014  public holiday schedule for your reference If you have any question please feel free to contact us

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