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Chinese New Years Starts February 5th until February 19th
The Legal Chinese holiday is usually 7 days but some companies allow workers to take 10-15 days off of work to celebrate the new years.
Yes. The Chinese New Year starts on and ends on a different day every year. This is because the holiday is based on the Chinese lunar calendar.
The Chinese New Years is celebrated with dancing and fireworks. Different Costumes along with street fairs and parades including food and floats. As a matter of fact now is the perfect time to celebrate with some custom t-shirts. Let's see some of the best designs you can come up with to celebrate.
This Year Chinese New Years theme is the Year of the Pig. Yes, Chinese New year is based off the Lunar Calendar and they have an animal zodiac. Next year the will be the year of the rat.
No, it's not a federal holiday but you may notice that some Chinese businesses may be closed during this period.
Below we have a list of the future and past Chinese Holidays.
|2015||Thu||Feb 19||Chinese New Year||Observance|
|2016||Mon||Feb 8||Chinese New Year||Observance|
|2017||Sat||Jan 28||Chinese New Year||Observance|
|2018||Fri||Feb 16||Chinese New Year||Observance|
|2019||Tue||Feb 5||Chinese New Year||Observance|
|2020||Sat||Jan 25||Chinese New Year||Observance|
|2021||Fri||Feb 12||Chinese New Year||Observance|
|2022||Tue||Feb 1||Chinese New Year||Observance|
|2023||Sun||Jan 22||Chinese New Year||Observance|
|2024||Sat||Feb 10||Chinese New Year||Observance|
|2025||Wed||Jan 29||Chinese New Year||Observance|
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