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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
2015MonFeb 23Chinese New Year HolidayNational holiday
2016FriFeb 12Chinese New Year HolidayNational holiday
2017WedFeb 1Chinese New Year HolidayNational holiday
2018TueFeb 20Chinese New Year HolidayNational holiday
2019SatFeb 9Chinese New Year HolidayNational holiday
2020WedJan 29Chinese New Year HolidayNational holiday
2021TueFeb 16Chinese New Year HolidayNational holiday
2022SatFeb 5Chinese New Year HolidayNational holiday
2023ThuJan 26Chinese New Year HolidayNational holiday
2024WedFeb 14Chinese New Year HolidayNational holiday
2025SunFeb 2Chinese New Year HolidayNational holiday

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