Qingmingjie 2024

Qingmingjie in China

Qingming Jie, or the Tomb Sweeping Day, is one of the most important holidays in China. During this holiday, the Chinese worship their ancestors and clean the gravesite. It also has very interesting traditions and customs. Qingmingjie 2024 falls on … Read more

Chinese New Year 2025

Chinese New Year 2024

Chinese New Year, also known as the “Spring Festival” (春节; Chun Jie), is the most significant among all Chinese festivals. The holiday is determined by the lunar calendar; therefore, its date changes each year. The celebration starts on the first … Read more

Lantern Festival 2024

lantern festival 2024

The Lantern Festival (元宵节, yuánxiāo jié) is held annually in China. It is celebrated on the fifteenth day of the first month of the lunar year when the first full moon of the new year appears in the sky. The … Read more

Chinese New Year 2024 and imports

Chinese New Year 2024 and imports

Chinese New Year is the most important holiday in China, which changes trade rules for several weeks. The holiday date is based on the traditional lunar Chinese calendar, so it falls on a different date every year. This is very … Read more

Holidays in China 2025

Holidays in China 2025

Holidays play a significant role in Chinese culture, as oftentimes, they are the only time for relaxation throughout the year. During the holidays, most businesses are closed, communication with suppliers is very limited, accommodation and transportation prices rise significantly, and … Read more

Holidays in China 2024

Holidays in China 2024

Whether you do business in China or are just fond of Chinese culture, getting to know at least the biggest Chinese festivals is essential. Every country has its traditions, and China, with its thousands of years-long history, is not an … Read more

National Day – Golden Week 2023

Golden Week 2023

The National Day of the People’s Republic of China is celebrated on October 1st and begins the so-called Golden Week that lasts till October 7th. It is a holiday commemorating the victory of the Chinese Communist Party over Kuomintang in … Read more

Chinese New Year 2023 campaigns

Chinese New Year 2023 campaigns

Although China uses the Gregorian calendar, the dates of traditional holidays are based on the lunisolar calendar. The lunar new year is a few weeks off from the Gregorian one. Especially in Southeast Asia, it is a time of grand … Read more

Chinese New Year 2023 and imports

Chinese New Year 2023 and imports

The festive Chinese New Year period is one of the longest holidays in China. It also means that factories halt production. If you want to import around Chinese New Year, you need to prepare for the seasonal challenges. Chinese New … Read more

Holidays in China 2023

Holidays in China 2023

During the holidays, Chinese people primarily focus on celebrations and leisure time with family. Holidays we know in the West are not so popular in China and are treated the same as any other day, like Christmas. Moreover, China uses … Read more

Chinese New Year 2022

Chinese New Year 2022

Chinese New Year, also called the Spring Festival, is the most important traditional holiday in China. One of the holiday’s key elements is uniting with family members who work far away from home. Because of this, the Spring Festival is … Read more

China Holidays 2022

China Holidays 2022

Like it is with traditions in other countries, holidays in China are a time of rest and family gatherings. The grandest celebrations are on holidays completely unknown in the western world. Most of the events fall on different dates each … Read more

China holidays 2021

No matter if we consider private or strictly business matters – contact with the Chinese people requires knowledge of and familiarity with Chinese customs. The intricacies of Chinese etiquette and different social relations models can pose a challenge, but even … Read more

Chinese New Year 2021

Chinese New Year, also known as the Spring Festival (Chunjie 春节), is the most important holiday in China. It is a time of family gatherings, and many Chinese people travel across the country. Chunjie is also celebrated in other Asian nations, such as … Read more

China Holidays 2020

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 during seven festivals in … Read more

Chinese New Year 2019

Chinese New Year 2019

The New Year in China starts on February 5th, 2019. Chinese New Year 2019 is the Year of the Earth Pig, ending on January 24th, 2020. Chinese New Year falls on a different date every year because the Chinese use … Read more

China holidays 2019

China holidays 2019

When doing business with companies from China or traveling to China for either work or pleasure, you should always plan ahead of time. It is extremely important to consider the public holidays in China when planning a business trip to … Read more

Holidays in China 2017

Holidays in China 2017

Regardless of whether we import from or export to China, we should plan our business moves ahead of time. You should also plan your visits to Chinese fairs or business trips to factories located there in advance, which is why … Read more

Chinese New Year 2017

Chinese New Year 2017

The Chinese New Year is the most important Chinese holiday. When you decide to import from China, you should take into account Chinese public holidays. Chinese New Year 2017 falls on January 28, 2017. What does it have to do … Read more

Mid-Autumn Festival

Mid Autumn Festival

When you plan your business trip to China in the second half of the year, you should remember that there are major holidays and difficulties in travel. The Mid Autumn Festival, also known as the Mooncake Festival, is one of … Read more

When is Mid-Autumn Festival this year? Mooncake Festival 2014

Mid-Autumn festival

Mid-Autumn Festival is the second-biggest festival in countries with Chinese culture. The 2014 Mid-Autumn Festival celebration falls on 8th September. Mid-Autumn Festival Mid-Autumn Festival, known as Zhōngqiū Jié, or, mainly in the countries of Western culture Moon Festival, is a … Read more

China Holidays and Festivals 2014

China Holidays and Festivals 2014

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 … Read more

Chinese New Year 2014, the Year of the Horse

Year of the Horse 2014

Chinese New Year (Spring Festival) is the most important festival in China and in many other East Asian countries. Chinese people celebrate it with their families by sharing a meal, drinking, and fireworks shows. In 2014 the Chinese New Year … Read more

National Day of the People’s Republic of China

National Day of the People’s Republic of China

October 1st is China National Day, one of the most important holidays in China. The celebrations commemorate the establishment of the People’s Republic of China on Saturday, October 1st, 1949. National Day of the People’s Republic of China All historians agree … Read more

Mooncake – meaning behind the gift

Mooncake in China

Every year, the Chinese in China and abroad celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival, which indicates the end of harvests and the beginning of autumn. The festival is held on the fifteenth day of the eighth month of the lunar calendar. Like … Read more