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Chinese traditional festivals and public holidays

Chinese traditional festivals and public holidays

Traditional festivals: 

Lantern Festival 元宵节 the 15th day of the first lunar month

Dragon Head Raising Festival 龙抬头 the 2nd day of the second lunar month

Summer Solstice 夏至 June 21st 

Double Seventh Day 七夕 (Chinese Valentines' Day) the 7th day of the seventh lunar month 

Hungry Ghost Festival 鬼节 (Chinese Halloween) the 15th day of the seventh lunar month

Double Ninth Festival 重阳节 the 9th day of the ninth lunar month 

Winter Solstice 冬至 Dec. 21st 

Laba Festival 腊八节 the 8th day of the last lunar month 

Chinese public holidays: 

New Year's Day 元旦 Jan. 1st 

Chinese New Year's Eve 除夕 the last day of the last lunar month

Spring Festival 春节 from the 1st day to the 6th day of the first lunar month

Qingming Festival 清明节 the 108th day after the Winter Solstice 

May Day 劳动节 May 1st 

Dragon Boat Festival 端午节 the 5th day of the fifth lunar month 

Mid-Autumn Day 中秋节 the 15th day of the eighth lunar month 

Anti-Fascist War Memorial Day 反法西斯纪念日 Sept. 3rd 

National Day 国庆节 Oct. 1st-7th 

2016-06-24

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