2015 Holiday Schedule
The Chinese government on Wednesday unveiled holiday arrangements for 2015 after it sought opinions from the public through polls on major websites.
There will be 11 days off for major holidays, including the Spring Festival, the National Day, New Year’s Day, Tomb-Sweeping Day, International Labor Day, the Dragon Boat Festival and Mid-Autumn Day, according to a statement released by the State Council, the Cabinet.
|Thursday||January 1, 2015||3 Day||New Year’s Day|
|Wednesday||February 18, 2015||7 Days||Spring Festival|
|Saturday||April 4, 2015||3 Days||Tomb-Sweeping Day|
|Friday||May 1, 2015||3 Days||International Labor Day|
|Saturday||June 20, 2015||3 Days||Dragon Boat Festival|
|Saturday||September 26, 2015||2 Days||Mid-Autumn Day|
|Thursday||October 1, 2015||7 Days||The National Day|