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Discover Beijing  - Chinese Public Holidays

 
Chinese Public Holidays
 
 
 

 
                                                       
YEAR 2016
 
Official Public Holidays
Day (s)
             Dates
New Year’s Day
3
 Dec 30 2017–Jan 01 2017
The Spring Festival*
 (Chinese New Year)
7
 Feb 15– Feb 221
The Sweeping Day*
3
 Apr 05– 07
The May Day
3
Apr 29 –  May 1
The Dragon-Boat Festival*
3
Jun 16 –  18
The Mid-Autumn Festival*
3
Sept. 22 –  Oct 08
         The National Day
7
 Oct 01 –  Oct 07

Note:  

The government will continue to move the weekend days adjacent to a national holiday to form a longer holiday period so that people will have three days or seven days off in a row.    (The New Year Day, Tomb-Sweeping Day, Dragon-Boat Festival, May Day, and Mid-Autumn Day then become holidays of three days each. The Spring Festival holiday and National Day holiday remain seven-day holidays. )

The festivals marked with * accord with Chinese lunar Calendar. To make a longer holiday, the government will do specific arrangement each year by incorporating the previous and/or the next weekend(s) in. The dates of the lunar festivals on the solar calendar are likely to vary from year to year. 
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