Need to know when Chinese public holidays are in 2023? Here is a list of the holidays, their official days off, and make-up workdays for 2023 in China.
Chinese Public Holidays 2023
|Holiday||Days Off||Make-Up Workdays|
|New Year Holiday||Dec 31- Jan 2||None|
|Spring Festival||Jan 21- 27|
|International Women's Day*||March 8||None|
|Qing Ming Festival||April 3-5|
|Labour Day Holiday||April 29- May 3|
|Youth Day**||May 4||None|
|Children's Day***||June 1||None|
|Dragon Boat Festival||June 22-24||None|
|Army Day****||August 1||None|
|Mid-Autumn Festival||September 29-30||None|
|National Day Holiday||October 1-7|
*International Women’s Day is observed for a half-day by women only.
**Youth Day is observed for a half-day by individuals between 14 to 28 years old.
***Children’s Day is observed by children under 14.
****Army Day is observed for a half-day by in-service military personnel.