Public Holidays in China in 2015

China National public holidays of China in 2015

Thursday January 01 New Years Day
Friday January 02 New Years Holiday Compensated by Sun. January 4
Saturday January 03 New Years Holiday
Wednesday February 18 Chinese New Year Eve Compensated by Sun. February 15.
Thursday February 19 Chinese New Year 1st day of 1st lunar month
Friday February 20 Chinese New Year 2nd day of 1st lunar month
Saturday February 21 Chinese New Year 3rd day of 1st lunar month
Sunday February 22 Chinese New Year Holiday 4th day of 1st lunar month
Monday February 23 Chinese New Year 5th day of 1st lunar month
Tuesday February 24 Chinese New Year 6th day of 1st lunar month. Compensated by Sat. February 28
Sunday March 08 Womens Day All women can have a half day holiday
Sunday April 05 Ching Ming Festival Qing Ming Jie, Tomb Sweeping Day or Mourning Day
Monday April 06 Ching Ming Holiday
Friday May 01 May Day International Workers Day
Saturday May 02 Labour Day Holiday
Sunday May 03 Labour Day Holiday
Saturday June 20 Dragon Boat Festival Tuen Ng Festival
Sunday June 21 Dragon Boat Festival Holiday Tuen Ng Festival
Monday June 22 Dragon Boat Festival Holiday Tuen Ng Festival
Thursday September 03 Victory Day Marks 70th anniversary of victory over Japan
Sunday September 27 Mid Autumn Festival Moon Festival
Thursday October 01 National Day
Friday October 02 National Day Holiday
Monday October 05 National Day Holiday
Tuesday October 06 National Day Holiday
Wednesday October 07 National Day Holiday Compensated by Sat. October 10
Wednesday October 21 Chung Yeung Festival Double Ninth Festival or Dual-Yang Festival


National Holiday
Not a Public Holiday


  • The full list of Chinese holidays for the next year is not usually issued by the government until mid December of the current year.
  • The National Annual Leave and Memorial Days regulation, enacted in 1949, stipulates the specific days and lengths of national holidays. It has been amended many times.

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