Chinese Holidays Calendar 2010 – Chinese Festivals Calendar 2010
The Chinese New Year falls on February 14, 2010 for Chinese!! China still waits for its gala celebration while the world already celebrates New Year. Are you looking for Chinese calendars for 2010? Do you know, when will Chinese Festivals holiday come? For this, you can see Chinese Festivals & Holidays Calendar 2010 with important dates here. I have mentioned a Chinese holiday calendar with dates and details regarding the major festivals and significant days in 2010, the Year of the Tiger.
The most important traditional Chinese holiday is Chinese New Year or spring festival. It is also called ‘Lunar New Year’ outside China. The State Council in China Mainland announces the official public holiday Schedule in 2010.
Chinese Holidays Calendar 2010 clearly specifies all the national holidays, days off and resulting adjustments (working long weeks and weekends to make up holiday days) that are planned in 2010.
Chinese Holidays Calendar 2010 Schedule
|2010 New Year’s Day||January 1 of every year||Jan -3, 2010|
|Spring Festival (Chinese New Year)||New Year’s Day of the lunar calendar, normally in late January or early February||February 13,14, 19, 2010|
|Women’s Day||March 8 of every year||no days off|
|Arbor Day||March 12 of every year||no days off|
|Qingming Festival||April 4 or April 5||April 3 – 5, 2010|
|May Day||May 1||May 1 – 3, 2010|
|Youth Day||May 4th||Half day of May 4th for 14 years old above|
|International Nurse Day||May 12||no days off|
|Children’s Day||June 1||no days off|
|Dragon Boat Festival||5th day of the 5th lunar month||June 14 – 16, 2010|
|Anniversary of the Founding of the Chinese Communist Party||July 1||no days off|
|Army Day of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army||August 1||half day of August 1st for active army|
|Teacher’s Day||September 10||no days off|
|Mid-autumn Festival||15th day of the 8th lunar month||September 22 – 24, 2010|
|National Day||October 1||October -7, 2010|
|Journalists’ Day||November 8||no days off|
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