Public Holidays China 2021
As an expat adjusting to the new some new and interesting public holidays can be part of the charm when living overseas.
Here we have prepared a list of all public holidays observed in China in 2021 to help you plan your year ahead. Here’s to a much brighter 2021.
|1 Jan to 3 Jan||Friday to Sunday||New Year Holiday|
|11 Feb to 17 Feb||Thursday to Wednesday||Spring Festival|
|3 Apr to 5 Apr||Saturday to Monday||Ching Ming Festival|
|1 May to 5 May||Saturday to Wednesday||Labour Day Holiday|
|12 Jun to 14 Jun||Saturday to Monday||Dragon Boat Festival|
|19 Sep to 21 Sep||Sunday to Tuesday||Mid-Autumn Festival|
|1 Oct to 7 Oct||Friday to Thursday||National Day Holiday|
China’s State Council also announces public holidays for particular groups of people.
|8-Mar||Monday||International Women’s Day *|
|4-May||Tuesday||Youth Day *|
|1-Jun||Tuesday||Children’s Day *|
|1-Aug||Sunday||Army Day *|
* International Women’s Day is observed for half day by women only.
* Youth Day is observed for half day by youths between age 14 to 28.
* Children’s Day is observed for a full day by children below age 14.
* Army Day is observed for half day by military personnel in active service.