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Chinese New Year Holiday 3 in Taiwan

Chinese New Year marks the first day of the New Year in the Chinese calendar, which differs from the Gregorian calendar. It is also known as the Spring Festival or the Lunar New Year. Every year is represented by a zodiac animal sign.

Picture of a typical long dragon float for the Chinese New Year
Chinese New Year is a festive occasion that calls for celebration in many places around the world.
Chinese New Year is a festive occasion that calls for celebration in many places around the world.
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Chinese New Year Holiday 3 Observances

WeekdayDateYearNameHoliday Type
WedFeb 172010Chinese New Year Holiday 3National holiday
SunFeb 62011Chinese New Year Holiday 3National holiday
ThuJan 262012Chinese New Year Holiday 3National holiday
WedFeb 132013Chinese New Year Holiday 3National holiday
MonFeb 32014Chinese New Year Holiday 3National holiday
SunFeb 222015Chinese New Year Holiday 3National holiday
ThuFeb 112016Chinese New Year Holiday 3National holiday
TueJan 312017Chinese New Year Holiday 3National holiday
MonFeb 192018Chinese New Year Holiday 3National holiday
FriFeb 82019Chinese New Year Holiday 3National holiday
TueJan 282020Chinese New Year Holiday 3National holiday

Quick Facts

Chinese New Year is the first day of the New Year in the Chinese calendar, which predates the Gregorian calendar.

Chinese New Year Holiday 3 2017

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Chinese New Year Holiday 3 2018

Monday, February 19, 2018

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List of dates for other years

Other holidays in January 2017 in Taiwan

Fun Holiday on January 31, 2017

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