We have 11 days off from Friday (January 28) to Monday (February 7) and work on Tuesday (February 8).

The Spring Festival, that is, the Chinese Lunar New Year, is commonly known as New Year, New Year, New Year, etc. It is also called New Year or New Year orally. The Spring Festival has a long history and evolved from the prayers for the first year of the year in ancient times.

All over the country, various activities to celebrate the Spring Festival are held, with strong regional characteristics. The main content of these activities is removing the old and making the new, exorcising evil spirits, worshipping gods and ancestors, and praying for the New Year.

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