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Chinese Public Holidays

A public holiday in China is a holiday normally recognized by Chinese law makers and is usually a non-working day throughout the year. The public holidays in China usually are days to celebrate an event, similar to the anniversary of a historical celebration.

An in depth list of public holidays in China in 2014 with concise explanation of particular holidays including Chinese celebrations are outlined on this web page. Keep in mind that most of these days will have to be “made up” on weekends, so pay attention to the details below for which Saturdays and Sundays you'll still have to drag yourself out of bed:


1) New Year's Day (元旦)
3 days: December 30-January 1 (Sunday-Tuesday). The preceding Saturday, December 29 will serve as a makeup day for Monday, December 31.


2) Spring Festival (春节)
7 days: February 9-15 (Saturday-Friday). The following Saturday, February 16 and Sunday, February 17 will serve as make up days for the missed Thursday and Friday, respectively.


3) Qingming Festival (清明节)
3 days: April 4-6 (Thursday-Saturday). The following Sunday, April 7 will serve as a make up day for the missed Friday.


4) Labor Day (劳动节)
3 days: April 29-May 1 (Monday-Wednesday). The preceding Saturday, April 27 and Sunday, April 28 will serve as make up days for the missed Monday and Tuesday, respectively.


5) Dragon Boat Festival (端午节)
3 days: June 10-12 (Monday-Wednesday). The preceding Saturday, June 8 and Sunday, June 9 will serve as make up days for the missed Monday and Tuesday, respectively.


6) Mid-Autumn Festival (中秋节)
3 days: September 19-21 (Thursday-Saturday). The following Sunday, September 22 will serve as a makeup day for the missed Friday.


7) National Day (国庆节)
7 days: October 1-7 (Tuesday-Monday). The preceding Saturday, September 28 and Sunday, September 29 will serve as make up days for the missed Friday and Monday, respectively.

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