The Chinese government has just announced next year's official holidays. Here are which days we get off in 2018:
New Year's Eve falls on a Sunday, so we get Saturday (Dec. 30) - Monday (Jan. 1) off.
We get seven days off for Chinese New Year: Thursday (Feb. 15) - Wednesday (Feb. 21). Sunday (Feb. 11) and Saturday (Feb. 24) are make-up days.
We get Thursday (Apr. 5) - Saturday (Apr. 7) off for Tomb-Sweeping Festival. Sunday (Apr. 8) is a working day.
Labor Day falls on Tuesday (May 1), so we get Sunday (Apr. 29) - Tuesday (May 1) off. Saturday (Apr. 28) is a working day.
Dragon Boat Festival falls on Monday (June 18) so we get Saturday (June 16) - Monday (June 18) off. No make-up days required, whoop!
Monday (Sep. 24) is Mid Autumn Festival, Saturday (Sep. 22) - Monday (Sep. 24) are holidays.
As always, we get seven days off for October: Monday (Oct. 1) - Sunday (Oct. 7). Saturday (Sep. 29) and Sunday (Sep. 30) are working days.
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