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Chinese New Year Holiday in Taiwan

Is Chinese New Year Holiday a Public Holiday?

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

Chinese New Year Holiday Observances

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday Type
2015SunFeb 22Chinese New Year HolidayNational holiday
2016ThuFeb 11Chinese New Year HolidayNational holiday
2017TueJan 31Chinese New Year HolidayNational holiday
2018MonFeb 19Chinese New Year HolidayNational holiday
2019FriFeb 8Chinese New Year HolidayNational holiday
2020TueJan 28Chinese New Year HolidayNational holiday
2021MonFeb 15Chinese New Year HolidayNational holiday
2022FriFeb 4Chinese New Year HolidayNational holiday
2023WedJan 25Chinese New Year HolidayNational holiday
2024TueFeb 13Chinese New Year HolidayNational holiday
2025SatFeb 1Chinese New Year HolidayNational holiday

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