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Chinese Festival

Here is a list of info on Chinese public holiday calendar including Chinese New Year, Mid-autumn Day, National Day and Labour Day, etc
Spring Festival is the most important Chinese traditional festival with a long history of thousands years & celebrated by all Chinese across the world.
The Lantern Festival is one of the most traditional Chinese festivals. Falling on the 15th day of the first Lunar Calendar month.
Qing Ming Festival or Pure and Bright Festival, as after this day the weather will become pure and warm in the coming new season.
The Dragon Boat Festival is celebrated at the fifth of the fifth lunar calendar. In this day, Chinese people will hold Dragon Boat race in honor of the great poem Qu Yuan.
Chinese Valentine's Day falls on the seventh day of the seventh lunar month. Looking up at the sky this day, you will find the romance is going on in the dark blue.
Chinese celebrate their Mid-Autumn Festival annually on 15th day of August in their lunar calendar by eating moon cakes, etc.
The Double Ninth Festival or Chongyang is celebrated annually on the ninth day of September in Chinese Lunar Calendar.
China has 56 ethnic groups & each has its own traditional festivals. Zhuang people for Double Third Festival, Dai people for water-splashing festival, etc