2015 NATIONAL HOLIDAYS FOR CHINA ANNOUNCED
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Below is an easy to read schedule for China's national holidays (as announced by the central government) and some recommended places to visit in China throughout the year. Employer dates may vary accordingly.
1. New Year's Day holiday
January 1st with three days paid Leave, January 4th (Sunday) back to work.
Jilin is a recommended place to visit. The Jilin mist is a tranquil and capturing spectacle. Further north is Harbin and the amazing Ice World exhibition which is now a world-famous winter must-see!
2, 2015 LUNAR NEW YEAR:
Spring Festival (New Year's Day) falls on February 19th. 7 days off until 25th. But don't forget the Lantern Festival which lasts 15 days and ends on Phoenix Day (which traditionally marks the end of the festive season).
Escape the cold and head to Hainan, China's tropical retreat in the far south!
3, 2015, TOMB-SWEEPING DAY:
...with April 5th and 6th (a Monday) ...so take some time off, for three days.
Go to Huangshan (Anhui) to see rolling blossom hills and blooming flowers!
4, 2015, LABouR DAY:
May 1st to 3rd holiday of 3 days. '5.1' is a Friday.
It's got to be Yunnan in May! The azure sky, high hills and the quiet temples of Tibetan Buddhism all for the taking!
5, 2015, DRAGON BOAT FESTIVAL:
Three days yet again due for this traditional holiday.
June is the perfect time to head to Zhangjiajie when the spring rains should have all but died down.
In August, it must be Tibet. The 'roof of the world' will broaden your horizons and is a cooler clime!
6, 2015 MID AUTUMN DAY FESTIVAL:
September 26th-28th ...take some time off for three days.
7, 2015 NATIONAL DAY (GOLDEN WEEK):
October 1st – 7th, statutory paid leave, for 7 days, marking the foundation of the PRC back in 1949.
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