ODM offices are closing for upcoming Easter holidays and Ching Ming Festivals.   Hong Kong celebrates both holidays whereas Shanghai and Singapore celebrate 1 each.   One of our offices will be open at all times to ensure service.

Closing dates

  • Hong Kong.  Friday,2nd March / Monday 5th March /  Tuesday 6th March
  • Shanghai.      Monday 5th March
  • Singapore.    Friday,2nd March

For a full list of holidays pls. click here….  List of holidays in Hong Kong / Singapore / China

EasterThis Christian Holiday is the most important annual religious feast in the Christian liturgical year. According to Christian scripture, Jesus was resurrected from the dead on the third day after his crucifixion.   Hong Kong celebrates Good Friday and Easter Monday whereas Singapore office celebrates Easter Monday only.   Some suggestions on religious promos.

Traditional Chinese Festival The Qing Ming Festival is also known as the Ching Ming Festival, which means ‘Clear and Bright Festival’.   This is a long-established Chinese festival that falls on the 104th day after the winter solstice. This day occurs generally around 5th of April according to the Chinese calendar. The Qing Ming Festival is the “All Souls’ Day” observed among the Chinese people.    On the day of the festival, all the families visit shrines and ancestral graves to perform their customary rites. A few of the rites performed by the people are cleaning up the family graves, burning incense and candles, repainting dedications, and offering food items in memory of their ancestors.   Hong Kong and China celebrate this festival.  Some suggestions on gifts for Chinese festivals – CNY promos / gifting culture.