Chinese Calendar

Chinese permanent calendars includes solar date, lunar date, holidays,solar terms, etc.

The Chinese calendar is a lunisolar calendar that is used to determine important festival dates, such as Lunar New Year. It is based on exact astronomical observations of the Sun's longitude and the Moon's phases. Each Chinese calendar year has a zodiac sign, 12 or 13 months and each month has 29 or 30 days.

China has seven legal holidays in a year. Here is a list of the holidays:

1. New Year's Day (January 1st)
2. Chinese New Year (Spring Festival) - usually falls between January 21st and February 20th
3. Qingming Festival (Tomb-sweeping Day) - usually falls on April 4th or 5th
4. May Day (Labor Day) - May 1st
5. Dragon Boat Festival - usually falls between June 2nd and July 1st
6. Mid-Autumn Day - usually falls between September 8th and October 7th
7. National Day - October 1st

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