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Public holidays

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MOST OF THE HOLIDAYS LISTED BELOW FALL
ON A FIXED DATE EVERY YEAR, BUT SOME
TRADITIONAL HOLIDAYS SUCH AS THE CHINESE
LUNAR NEW YEAR CHANGE WITH THE CHINESE LUNAR
CALENDAR YEAR BY YEAR. ON THE OFFICIAL
HOLIDAYS (EXCEPT FOR YOUTH DAY AND
TEACHER'S DAY), OFFICES AND BANKS ARE CLOSED,
WHILE MANY SHOPS REMAIN OPEN FOR AT
LEAST PART OF THE DAY.

PUBLIC HOLIDAYS 2002
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JAN : 01 - FOUNDING DAY OF THE REPUBLIC OF CHINA

FEB : 11 - CHINESE NEW YEAR'S EVE
12-14 - CHINESE NEW YEAR
28 - PEACE MEMORIAL DAY

APR : 05 - TOMB SWEEPING DAY

JUN : 15 - DRAGON BOAT FESTIVAL

SEP : 21 - MID-AUTUMN FESTIVAL

OCT : 10 - DOUBLE TENTH DAY

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PUBLIC HOLIDAYS 2001
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JAN : 01 - NEW YEAR'S DAY
03 - BANK HOLIDAY
23 - CHINESE NEW YEAR'S EVE
24-26 - CHINESE NEW YEAR

APR : 04 - WOMEN'S DAY
05 - CHI'ING MING FESTIVAL

JUN : 25 - DRAGON BOAT DAY

JUL : 01 - BANK HOLIDAY

OCT : 01 - MID-AUTUMN FESTIVAL
10 - NATIONAL DAY

NOV : 12 - SUN YAT SEN BIRTHDAY

DEC : 25 - CONSTITUTION DAY
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