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China's public holiday schedule for 2015 released

Updated: 18 Dec 2014
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China’s General Office of the State Council released the “Circular on the Arrangement of Certain Holidays in 2015 (guobanfamingdian [2014] No.28)” on December 16 and announced the official national holiday schedule for 2015 as follows:

New Year

January 1 – 3 (3 days in total)
January 4 (Sunday) is an official working day.
Spring Festival

February 18 - 24 (7 days in total)
February 2 (Saturday) and February 15 (Sunday) are official working days.

Tomb Sweeping Day

April 5 (Sunday)
Monday April 6th is a compensated leave day.
Labor Day

May 1
The weekend of May 2 and May 3 is unaffected.
Dragon Boat Festival

June 20 (Saturday)
June 22 (Monday) is a compensated leave day
Mid-Autumn Festival

September 27
No compensated leave day due to proximity to National Holiday
National Holiday

October 1 – October 7 (7 days in total)
October 10 (Saturday) is an official working day
  
 
It is important to note that the above dates are the official holidays, but private companies have the right to determine their own schedules as long as the official holidays above are maintained. 
        
SOURCE:
china-briefing.com
  
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