Chinese public holiday calendar for 2024

New Year’s Day:January 1st is a public holiday, and it is combined with the weekend for an extended break.

Spring Festival: February 10th to 17this a public holiday, with a total of 8 days off. February 4th (Sunday) and February 18th (Sunday) are working days. It is encouraged for companies to arrange employees’ rest on Chinese New Year’s Eve (February 9th) by utilizing paid annual leave and other systems.

Qingming Festival: April 4th to 6th is a public holiday, with a total of 3 days off. April 7th (Sunday) is a working day.

Labor Day: May 1st to 5th is a public holiday, with a total of 5 days off. April 28th (Sunday) and May 11th (Saturday) are working days.

Dragon Boat Festival: June 10th is a public holiday, and it is combined with the weekend for an extended break.

Mid-Autumn Festival: September 15th to 17th is a public holiday, with a total of 3 days off. September 14th (Saturday) is a working day.

National Day: October 1st to 7th is a public holiday, with a total of 7 days off. September 29th (Sunday) and October 12th (Saturday) are working days.

 

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