The biggest event of the year for most Chinese residents, with a two week build-up to a day of dragon dances and fireworks. It’s a family...
Also known as Chinese Valentine’s Day. Lantern parades and matchmaking games.
Below are listed Public Holidays for the January 2013-December 2014 period.
Holidays falling on Sunday are generally observed the following Monday, with the exception of Lunar New Year.
First, second and third days of Lunar New Year are public holidays. If the first, second or third day falls on a Sunday, the fourth day is a public holiday.
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