Public holidays 2013

Public holidays 2013

When shops are full of Easter eggs you know that it will soon be Easter. Easter is one of the many public holidays in Hong Kong. So do take note that our Hong Kong office would be closed on the following days:

  • Friday (29th Mar) Good Friday
  • Monday (1st Apr) Easter Day
Public Holidays 2013 – Easter Celebration

Public Holidays 2013 – Easter Celebration

Easter is one of the most largely celebrated festival in Hong Kong. It is also the most important Christian festival. During the Easter celebration, Christians attend special services at churches to honour and recognize the resurrection of Jesus Chris. 

Public Holidays- Qingming Festival

The Qingming Festival is also known as the tomb sweeping day. During this festival, the Chinese would visit graveyards to pay respect to their ancestors.

Please take note that our office would be closed at the following dates:

  • 4 April 2013 & 5 April 2013 – China office
  • 4 April 2013 – Hong Kong office

To find out more about this traditional Chinese festival check out the Traditions during the Qingming Fetival !

Plan ahead!

There are quite a number of public holidays in Hong Kong and China. So to avoid potential production delays, it would be wise to keep track of  any upcoming public holidays.

To find out more about the public holidays in Hong Kong, check out 2013 Holidays Hong Kong. Alternatively, you can check out 2013 Holidays China for more information on China’s public holidays. Keep yourself updated and ODM wishes you a happy holiday!