China Holidays | Public Holidays in China 2021

China is the largest country in the world along with the largest population of about 1.43 billion. The country is famous for its architecture, food, martial arts, temples, tea, and many more. Also, it has the Great Wall of China, one of the seven wonders of the world. Check out more about the Public and office holidays celebrated in China every year.

Public Holidays in China

January 1

New Years Day

February 11

Spring Festival Holiday

February 12

Spring Festival

February 13

Spring Festival Holiday

February 14

Spring Festival Holiday

February 15

Chinese New Year Eve – Eve of 1st Lunar Month

Spring Festival Holiday

February 16

Chinese New Year – 1st Day of 1st Lunar Month

Spring Festival Holiday

February 17

Chinese New Year Holiday – 2nd Day of 1st Lunar Month

Spring Festival Holiday

February 18

Chinese New Year Holiday – 3rd Day of 1st Lunar Month

February 19

Chinese New Year Holiday – 4th Day of 1st Lunar Month

February 20

Chinese New Year Holiday – 5th Day of 1st Lunar Month

February 21

Chinese New Year Holiday – 6th Day of 1st Lunar Month

March 8

International Women’s Day

April 4

Ching Ming Festival

April 6

Ching Ming Festival Holiday

May 1

Labour Day

May 3

Labour Day (in lieu)

May 4

Labour Day Holiday

May 5

Labour Day Holiday

June 14

Dragon Boat Festival

September 20

Mid-Autumn Festival Holiday

September 20

Mid-Autumn Festival

October 1

Chinese National Day

October 2

Chinese National Day Holiday

October 3

Chinese National Day Holiday

October 4

Chinese National Day Holiday

October 5

Chinese National Day Holiday

October 6

Chinese National Day Holiday

October 7

Chinese National Day Holiday

October 15

Chung Yeung Festival

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