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Chinese New Year's Eve in Taiwan

Is Chinese New Year's Eve a Public Holiday?

Chinese New Year's Eve is a public holiday. It is a day off for the general population, and schools and most businesses are closed.

Chinese New Year's Eve Observances

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday Type
2015WedFeb 18Chinese New Year's EveNational holiday
2016SunFeb 7Chinese New Year's EveNational holiday
2017FriJan 27Chinese New Year's EveNational holiday
2018ThuFeb 15Chinese New Year's EveNational holiday
2019MonFeb 4Chinese New Year's EveNational holiday
2020FriJan 24Chinese New Year's EveNational holiday
2021ThuFeb 11Chinese New Year's EveNational holiday
2022MonJan 31Chinese New Year's EveNational holiday
2023SatJan 21Chinese New Year's EveNational holiday
2024FriFeb 9Chinese New Year's EveNational holiday
2025TueJan 28Chinese New Year's EveNational holiday

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