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Nations & Customs
Festivals in China
 
 
Legal holidays in China are New Year (January 1st), Spring Festival (New Year by the lunar calendar), International Working Women"s Day (March 8th); Tree Planting Day (March 12th); International Labor Day (May 1st), Chinese Youth Festival (May 4th); International Children"s Day (June 1st); Anniversary of the Founding of the Chinese People"s Liberation Army (PLA) (August 1st); Teacher"s Day (September 10th); and National Day (October 1st). 

China"s major traditional festivals include the Spring Festival, the Lantern Festival, Pure Brightness Day, the Dragon Boat Festival, and the Mid-Autumn Festival. Ethnic minorities have also retained their own traditional festivals, including the Water Sprinkling Festival of the Dai people, the Nadam Fair of the Mongolian people, the Torch Festival of the Yi people, the Danu (Never Forget the Past) Festival of the Yao people, the Third Month Fair of the Bai people, the Antiphonal Singing Day of the Zhuang people, the Tibetan New Year and Onghor (Expecting a Good Harvest) Festival of the Tibetan people, and the Jumping Flower Festival of the Miao people.

 
   
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