China Statutory Holiday
Last updated by rainer at 2014/10/18
In China, there are some statutory holidays every year. During those legal holidays, people needn’t go to work. They can have a rest or go on a trip on their days off. The detailed arrangements of the legal holidays in 2010 are as follows:
1. New Year’s Day Holiday: It lasts 3 days from January 1st to January 3rd.
2. Spring Festival Holiday: It lasts 7 days from February 13th to February 19th. Instead, February 20th and February 21st are working days.
3. Tomb-sweeping Day (Qingming Festival) Holiday: It lasts 3 days from April 3rd to April 5th.
4. May Day Holiday ((The International Labor Day): It lasts 3 days from May 1st to May 3rd.
5. Dragon Boat Festival Holiday: It lasts 3 days from June 14th to June 16th. Instead, June 12th and June 13th are working days.
6. Mid-Autumn Festival Holiday: It lasts 3 days from September 22nd to September 24th. Instead, September 19th and September 25th are working days.
7. National Day Holiday: It lasts 7 days from October 1st to October 7th. Instead, September 29th and October 9th are working days.
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