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2020-06-29  |  

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Jingshan Park, Beijing [Photo via tuchong.com]

Public holidays in China include:

(1) New Year's Day, 1 day off (January 1st, Solar Calendar);

(2) the Spring Festival, 3 days off (January 1st, 2nd and 3rd, Lunar Calendar);

(3) the Tomb-sweeping Day, 1 day off (Qing Ming Day, Lunar Calendar);

(4) Labor Day, 1 day off (May 1st, Solar Calendar);

(5) the Dragon Boat Festival, 1 day off (May 5th, Lunar Calendar);

(6) Mid-Autumn Festival, 1 day off ( August 15th, Lunar Calendar);

(7) National Day, 3 days off (October 1st, 2nd and 3rd, Solar Calendar).

If the holiday of all citizens falls on Saturdays and Sundays, they should make up for the holidays on working days. While some citizens' holidays fall on Saturdays and Sundays, they do not need to make them up.