2014 SCHEDULE OF HOLIDAYS AND OFF-SET WORKING DAYS IN CHINA

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2014 SCHEDULE OF HOLIDAYS AND OFF-SET WORKING DAYS IN CHINA January 1 (Wednesday) New Year’s Day   January 26 (Sunday) Off-set working day   January 31 (Friday, 1st day of the Lunar Calendar) – February 6 (Thursday) Chinese New Year and Spring Festival (??chun1 jie4) (Golden Week)   February 8 (Saturday) Off-set working day   March 8 (Saturday) Women’s Day (All women can take half-day)   April 5 (Saturday) – April 7 (Monday) Tomb-sweeping Day (??? qing1 ming4 jie4)   May 1 (Thursday) – May 3 (Saturday) Labour Day Holiday (???lao4 dong2 jie4)   May 4 (Sunday) Off-set working day   May 31 (Saturday) – June 2 (Monday) Dragon Boat Festival (??? duan1 wu3 jie4)   September 6 (Saturday) – September 8 (Monday) Mid-Autumn Festival (???zhong1 qiu1 jie4)   September 28 (Sunday) Off-set working day   October 1 (Wednesday) – October 7 (Tuesday) National Day Holiday (?? guo4 qing2) (Golden Week)   October 11 (Sunday) Off-set working day   Hope this helps you in planning your (travel/business) itineraries. No more straight 8-working day week! :)

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