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2010
 2010 Day of week
Holiday name
Notes
Lunar
 Jan 1  Friday  New Year  Western New Year  
         
         

 Feb 13

 Saturday  Spring Festival  
 Yes

 Feb 14

 Sunday  Spring Festival  Chinese New Year (eve)
 Yes
 Feb 15
 Monday
 Spring Festival
 Chinese New Year
 Yes
 Feb 16
 Tuesday
 Spring Festival  Chinese New Year  Yes
 Feb 17
 Wednesday
     
 Feb 18
 Thursday
     
 Feb 19
 Friday
     
 Feb 20
 Saturday  work    
 Feb 21
 Sunday  work
   
         
 April 5  Monday  Tomb Sweeping Day  Ching Min (connected to weekend)  Yes
         
 April 30
 Friday
 Extension Labour Day  Connect to the weekend  
 May 1  Saturday  Labour Day    
         
 Jun 16  Wednesday  Dragon Boat  DuanWu  Yes
         
 Sep 19
 Sunday    WORK
 
 Sep 20
 Monday    work  
 Sep 21
 Tuesday    work  
 Sep 22
 Wednesday  Mid-Autumn Festival    Yes
 Sep 23
 Thursday
   ?  
 Sep 24
 Friday
   ?  
 Sep 25
 Saturday    WORK
 
 Sep 26  Sunday
   WORK  
 Sep 27  Monday
   work  
 Sep 28  Tuesday
   work  
 Sep 29  Wednesday
   work  
 Sep 30  Thursday
   work  
 Oct 1  Friday
 National Day Holiday
 National Day
 
 Oct 2  Saturday
     
 Oct 3  Sunday
     
 Oct 4
 Monday
     
 Oct 5  Tuesday
     
 Oct 6  Wednesday
     
 Oct 7  Thursday
     
 Oct 8  Friday
   work  
 Oct 9  Saturday
   WORK  

 

Especially the Mid-Autumn festival dates are always hard to predict. It should be 8 days total.

Updated 28th January 2010: The Spring Festival holidays will last from Feb. 13 to 19. The following Saturday and Sunday (Feb. 20 and 21) will be working days.

Updated 29th July 2010: The official schedule for Mid-Autumn and National Day holidays has been added. Many people are unhappy about the schedule! 

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