The public will be able to enjoy nine days off during the Lunar New Year holidays next year. The Central Personnel Administration announced yesterday that the Lunar New Year holidays will start on Feb. 17 and end on Feb. 25. March 3 (Saturday) will be a working day. Other public holidays next year that will have consecutive days off are the Tomb-sweeping Festival, the Dragon Boat Festival and the Mid-autumn Festival. For the Tomb-sweeping Festival, holidays will begin on April 5 and end on April 8. April 14 (Saturday) will be a working day. For the Dragon Boat Festival, holidays will begin on June 16 and end on June 19. June 23 (Saturday) will be a working day. For the Mid-autumn Festival, holidays will begin on Sept. 22 and end on Sept. 25. Sept. 29 (Saturday) will be a working day.
Sat, Nov 11, 2006 - Page 3 News List
Taiwan Quick Take: Long Lunar New Year break
STAFF WRITER, WITH CNA
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