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Chinese festivals

Chinese people celebrate. it would seem that beskonechen th turn of festivals throughout the year. Most of these festivals are held on important dates in the Chinese lunar calendar. The following are the most important holidays ,which was noted th tsya by the Chinese people. If you enjoy local performances, you can check whether your visit dates sowada e t with the local festivals in your their places of destination.

There are also three more than the period of national holidays in China, in addition to the usual one-day holidays, when almost everything is free, except for workers in key sectors. This is the time when most of the population is in motion. All travel reservations are very tight s in these times, hotels tend to increase their bets and the airport and the station s can also be very crowded. because Chinese people love to travel. Primary’s celebration and for a few days are: To idiski New year in February, the international labour day, which falls on the first week of may, and, finally, the national day, which is celebrated in the first week of October.

China begins to take the Christmas holidays especially in large cities, where the Christmas holidays are becoming more popular every year. We love to have fun and celebrate with gifts, to get good food and entertainment.

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