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If you are a tourist operator or receiving Chinese tourists anywhere in the world, the key periods to prepare for are Spring Festival (Chinese New Year) and Golden Week (National Day/Moon Festival) holidays. First of all you need to attract tourists to your destination (website, WeChat, Weibo content) and then look after them on arrival.  Hint: Chinese language content translations will be a drawcard!

If you are a businessperson wanting to visit your Chinese counterparts, however, avoid these dates.

Don’t forget to send your greetings to friends, colleagues, staff and clients in advance of the two important festivals: Spring Festival (5 February) and Moon Festival (13 September).

Get out and about in your city and enjoy the multiple celebrations going on during these festivals.

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New Year’s Day 1 January

Spring Festival (Chinese New Year) 4 -10 February

Qingming Festival 5-7 April

Labor Day 29 April-1 May

Dragon Boat Festival 7-9 June

Moon Festival 13-15 September

National Day 1-7 October

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Every year Chin Communications designs exclusive Chinese New Year cards to appeal  to your Chinese clients and contacts. Contact the Chin Team to find out more 1300 792 446 or info@chincommunications.com.au

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