The following is a complete listing of 2010 holidays for our  Hong Kong, China & Singapore offices.

China Public Holidays  for 2010 are as follows:

New Year’s Day1 Jan
Chinese New Year13-19 Feb
International Women’s Day8 Mar
Arbor Day12 Mar
Qingming Festival (Tomb Sweeping Day)3-5 Apr
Labour Day1-3 May
National Youth Day4 May
International Children’s Day1 Jun
Dragon Boat Festival16-18 Jun
People’s Liberation Army Day1 Aug
Mid-autumn festival22-24 Sep
People’s Republic of China birthday1-7 Oct

Hong Kong Public Holidays  for 2010 are as follows:

The first day of January1 JanuaryFriday
The day preceding Lunar New Year’s Day13 FebruarySaturday
The second day of the Lunar New Year15 FebruaryMonday
The third day of the Lunar New Year16 FebruaryTuesday
Good Friday2 AprilFriday
The day following Good Friday3 AprilSaturday
Easter Monday5 AprilMonday
The day following Ching Ming Festival6 AprilTuesday
Labour Day1 MaySaturday
The Buddha’s Birthday21 MayFriday
Tuen Ng Festival16 JuneWednesday
Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Establishment Day1 JulyThursday
The day following Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival23SeptemberThursday
National Day1 OctoberFriday
Chung Yeung Festival16 OctoberSaturday
Christmas Day25 DecemberSaturday
The first weekday after Christmas Day27 DecemberMonday

Singapore Public Holidays for 2010 are as follows:

New Year’s DayFriday1 January 2010
Chinese New YearSunday*Monday14 Feb 2010 – 15 Feb 2010
Good FridayFriday2 April 2010
Labour DaySaturday1 May 2010
Vesak DayFriday28 May 2010
National DayMonday9 August 2010
Hari Raya PuasaFriday10 September 2010
DeepavaliFriday5 November 2010
Hari Raya HajiWednesday17 November 2010
Christmas DaySaturday25 December 2010

Chinese New Year and Valentines day fall on the same day this year.