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Schedule of Mid-Autumn Festival Holiday in 2013


Release time:

Sep 15,2013

According to the State Council's "On the Amendment<全国年节及纪念日放假办法>In order to facilitate all regions and departments to reasonably arrange holiday tourism, transportation, production and operation and other related work as soon as possible, the 2013 Mid-Autumn Festival holiday notice was issued in accordance with the spirit of the notice of the General Office of the State Council. Measures for the Mid-Autumn Festival holiday in 2013: from September 19 to September 21, 2013, a total of 3 days. Among them, September 19 (Thursday, lunar mid-autumn festival) legal holidays, September 21 (Saturday) public holidays, September 22 (Sunday) public holidays to September 20, September 22 (week</全国年节及纪念日放假办法>

According to the State Council's "Decision on Amending the Measures for Holidays on National New Year's Festivals and Memorial Days", in order to facilitate all regions and departments to arrange holiday tourism, transportation, production and operation and other related work as early as possible, in accordance with the spirit of the notice of the General Office of the State Council, the 2013 Mid-Autumn Festival holiday notice was issued. Measures for the Mid-Autumn Festival holiday in 2013: from September 19 to September 21, 2013, a total of 3 days. Among them, September 19 (Thursday, Lunar Mid-Autumn Festival) is a legal holiday, September 21 (Saturday) is a public holiday, September 22 (Sunday) is transferred to September 20, and September 22 (Sunday) is normal. The annual lunar August 15th, is the traditional Mid-Autumn Festival. This is the middle of the autumn of a year, so it is called the Mid-Autumn Festival. In the Chinese lunar calendar, the year is divided into four seasons, and each season is divided into three parts: Meng, Zhong and Ji, so the Mid-Autumn Festival is also called Zhongqiu. The moon on August 15 is rounder and brighter than the full moon in other months, so it is also called "moon evening" and "August festival". On this night, people look up at the bright moon in the sky like a jade plate, and naturally look forward to family reunion. Wanderers who are far away from home also take this opportunity to express their yearning for their hometown and relatives. Therefore, the Mid-Autumn Festival is also called "Reunion Festival".