General Office of the State Council of the People's Republic of China notified the arrangement on part of public holidays in 2023.
New Year's Day
December 31, 2022-January 2, 2023
January 21-27: a total of seven days. January 28 (Saturday) and January 29 (Sunday) will be workdays to compensate for the long holiday break.
Qingming Festival (tomb-sweeping day)
April 29-May 3: a total of 5 days. April 23 (Sunday) and May 6 (Saturday) will be workdays.
Dragon Boat Festival
June 22-24: a total of three days. June 25 (Sunday) will be a workday.
Mid-Autumn Festival and National Day holiday
September 29-October 6: a total of eight days. October 7 (Saturday) and October 8 (Sunday) will be workdays.
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