China Holidays 2020

If you would like to come to China for business or tourist purposes, we advise you to check the dates for the China holidays 2020 beforehand to avoid unpleasant surprises. In China, there are public holidays on seven legal festivals in a year, specifically New Year’s Day, Chinese New Year, Qingming Festival, May Day, Dragon Boat Festival, Mid-Autumn Festival and National Day. Often few days proceeding or following these festivals are also non-working days. Some festivals don’t have fixed days as their dates are set based on the moon calendar, which is different from the Gregorian one. Moon-month consists of 29-30 days. The times of Chinese New Year, Qingming Festival, Dragon Boat Festival and Mid-Autumn Day fall every year on a different date. Below we present a list of China Holidays 2020.

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Chinese Festivals and Holidays 2015 : Calendar for the Year of the Goat.

Usually in China, during the official holiday period, all official and governmental sectors are closed. There are some exceptions in the private sector, but most factories also stop work. When your company does business with China, it’s important to remember that, in China, holidays and festivals are different than those in the USA or Europe, and there might be fewer, but the business breaks are much longer!

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Chinese Festivals and Holidays 2014: Calendar for the Year of the Horse

Usually during the official holiday period the whole private sector is working, but governmental institutions are closed. Holidays are also a chance for people to travel around China, so it is really hard to get a train ticket and the prices of plane ticket rise sharply. Understanding the holiday calendar will make planning our trip to China easier.

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