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    Public holidays in Hong Kong Date English name Local name Remarks Every Sunday Sunday 星期日

    January 1 First day of January (New Year's Day) 一月一日 (元旦新年)

    First day of the first moon (Chinese calendar) Chinese New Year's Day 農曆年初一 Usually occurs in late January or early February; the most important of the traditional Chinese holidays Second day of the first moon (Chinese calendar) Second day of Chinese New Year 農曆年初二

    Third day of the first moon (Chinese calendar) Third day of Chinese New Year 農曆年初三

    April 5 (April 4 in leap years) Ching Ming Festival 清明節 Occurs about 15 days after the Vernal Equinox; day for paying respect to one's ancestors

    Good Friday 耶穌受難節

    Day following Good Friday 耶穌受難節翌日

    Easter Monday 復活節星期一

    May 1 Labour Day 勞動節

    Eighth day of the fourth moon (Chinese calendar) Buddha's Birthday 佛誕 Usually occurs in May; new holiday established in 1998 (general not statutory) Fifth day of the fifth moon (Chinese calendar) Dragon Boat Festival (Tuen Ng Festival) 端午節 Usually occurs in June; day for patriotic remembrance, eating cakes and dragon boat races July 1 Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Establishment Day 香港特別行政區成立紀念日

    Sixteenth day of the eighth moon (Chinese calendar) Day following the Mid-Autumn Festival 中秋節翌日 Usually occurs in September; important autumn celebration of harvest and togetherness, with the lighting of lanterns, eating of mooncakes and observation of the moon October 1 National Day of the People's Republic of China 中華人民共和國國慶日 Usually held for two days from October 1 to October 2 Ninth day of the ninth moon (Chinese calendar) Chung Yeung Festival 重陽節 Usually occurs in October; day for honouring the elderly and the deceased, and for mountain climbing December 25 Christmas Day 聖誕

    December 26 Day following Christmas (Boxing Day) 聖誕節翌日

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    Public holidays in Hong Kong Date English name Local name Remarks

    Every Sunday Sunday 星期日

    January 1 First day of January (New Year's Day) 一月一日 (元旦新年)

    First day of the first moon (Chinese calendar) Chinese New Year's Day 農曆年初一 Usually occurs in late January or early February; the most important of the traditional Chinese holidays

    Second day of the first moon (Chinese calendar) Second day of Chinese New Year 農曆年初二

    Third day of the first moon (Chinese calendar) Third day of Chinese New Year 農曆年初三

    April 5 (April 4 in leap years) Ching Ming Festival 清明節 Occurs about 15 days after the Vernal Equinox; day for paying respect to one's ancestors

    Good Friday 耶穌受難節

    Day following Good Friday 耶穌受難節翌日

    Easter Monday 復活節星期一

    May 1 Labour Day 勞動節

    Eighth day of the fourth moon (Chinese calendar) Buddha's Birthday 佛誕 Usually occurs in May; new holiday established in 1998 (general not statutory)

    Fifth day of the fifth moon (Chinese calendar) Dragon Boat Festival (Tuen Ng Festival) 端午節 Usually occurs in June; day for patriotic remembrance, eating cakes and dragon boat races

    July 1 Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Establishment Day 香港特別行政區成立紀念日

    Sixteenth day of the eighth moon (Chinese calendar) Day following the Mid-Autumn Festival 中秋節翌日 Usually occurs in September; important autumn celebration of harvest and togetherness, with the lighting of lanterns, eating of mooncakes and observation of the moon

    October 1 National Day of the People's Republic of China 中華人民共和國國慶日 Usually held for two days from October 1 to October 2

    Ninth day of the ninth moon (Chinese calendar) Chung Yeung Festival 重陽節 Usually occurs in October; day for honouring the elderly and the deceased, and for mountain climbing

    December 25 Christmas Day 聖誕

    December 26 Day following Christmas (Boxing Day) 聖誕節翌日

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