2020 has only one month to go. Some national holiday arrangements in 2021 were released on November 25th by the General Office of the State Council.
Here are the details:
New Year’s Day: January 1st - January 3rd
Spring Festival (Chinese New Year): February 11th - February 17th (work on February 7th and February 20th)
Tomb-sweeping Day: April 3rd - April 5th
Labor’s Day: May 1st - May 5th (work on April 25th and May 8th)
Dragon Boat Festival: June 12th - 14th
Mid-autumn Festival: September 19th - September 21st (work on September 18th)
National Day Holiday: October 1st - October 7th (work on September 26th and October 9th)
Most regions in Northern China have embraced the cold from the winter season, while cities in the south like Guangzhou are still experiencing some heat during the daytime. If you are thinking about planning a holiday during the New Year’s Day, somewhere south is definitely your top choice.
Author | Fanny
Editor | Jerry