Each year, China has 7 public holidays enjoyed by all citizens: New Year, the Spring Festiva (Chinese New Year), the Qingming Festival, Labor Day, the Dragon Boat Festival, the Mid-Autumn Festival, and National Day.
China's Holiday Schedule for 2019/2020/2021
|Holiday Name||2019 Date||2019 Days Off||2020 Date||2020 Days Off||2021 Date||2021 Days Off|
|New Year's Day||Jan. 1||Dec. 30, 2018 – Jan. 1, 2019||Jan. 1||TBA||Jan. 1||TBA|
|Chinese New Year (Spring Festival)||Feb. 5||Feb. 4–10||Jan. 25||Jan. 24–29||Feb. 12||Feb. 11–17|
|Qingming Festival (Tomb Sweeping)||Apr. 5||Apr. 5–7||Apr. 4||TBA||Apr. 4||TBA|
|Labor Day (May Day)||May 1||May 1–4||May 1||TBA||May 1||TBA|
|The Dragon Boat Festival||June 7||June 7–9||June 25||TBA||June 14||TBA|
|The Mid-Autumn Festival||Sep. 13||Sep. 13–15||Oct. 1||TBA||Sep. 21||TBA|
|National Day||Oct. 1||Oct. 1–7||Oct. 1||Oct. 1–7||Oct. 1||Oct. 1–7|
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