01 : New Year's Day
04 : The day preceding Lunar New Year's Day
05 : Chinese New Year
06 : The second day of the Chinese Lunar New Year
06 : Birthday of Che Kung
07 : The third day of the Lunar New Year
08 : The fourth day of the Lunar New Year
19 : Spring Lantern festival
19 : Hung Shing Festival
05 : Ching Ming Festival
The Ching Ming Festival is a Chinese tradition and is a day to clean graves. People offer food to deceased relatives and burn incense.
19 : Good Friday
20 : The day following Good Friday
22 : Easter Monday
27 : Birthday of Tin Hau
01 : National Labour day
The first day of May is a public holiday commemorating the workers.
09-13 : Cheung Chau Bun Festival
12 : Buddha's Birthday
As 12nd May is a Sunday, Monday 13rd May is given as a substitution public holiday.
12 : Birthday of Tam Kung
07 : Tuen Ng day / Dragon Boat Festival
01 : Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Establishment Day
26 : Birthday of Kwan Tai
07 : Seventh Goddess' Day / Tsat-je
15 : Hungry Ghosts Festival / Yue Lan / 盂蘭節
13 : Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival / Moon Festival
14 : The day following the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival
14 : Monkey God Festival
01 : National Day
07 : Chung Yeung Festival
No public holidays during this month.
22 : Winter Solstice
Chinese families usually celebrate it by eating dumplings or eating a dish made of red beans and glutinous rice to drive away ghosts and evil spirits.