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2015 Chinese holidays

时间:2015/1/20 19:43:18 作者:learnmorechina 来源: 查看:159 评论:0

On Tuesday, Chinese state authorities released the official 2015 Chinese holiday schedule, which features seven-day holidays for both Spring Festival and National Day.

For many foreigners living and working in China, the holiday arrangement may seem random and uncoordinated, with days off and days on appearing to have been randomly placed throughout the calendar. So, we at Shanghaiist, being the kind people that we are, have compiled a list of next year's holidays, including the dates of their occurrence, additional holidays and any days that you may be expected to work to make up for them (see below).

New Year:

OFF: January 1-3 (Thu-Sat)
ON: January 4 (Sun)

Spring Festival:

OFF: February 18-24 (Wed-Tue)
ON: February 15 (Sun), February 28 (Sat)


OFF: April 4-6 (Sat-Mon)

Labor day:

OFF: May 1-3 (Fri-Sun)

Dragon Boat Festival:

OFF: June 20-22 (Sat-Mon)

Mid-Autumn Festival:

OFF: September 27 (Sun)

National Day:

OFF: October 1-7 (Thu-Wed)
ON: October 10 (Sat)


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