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It is kindly informed that our company is scheduled for the 11 days holidays. And the holidays are from February 11th, 2018 to February 21st, 2018 for Chinese New Year Holiday.
We will be back to work on February 22nd, 2018. Sorry for anything inconvenient to you. Please feel free to contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org, if you have something urgent to get answer.
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Thoyu wishes you and your families all the best and happy every day!
Holiday Notice of Spring Festival
2018 Chinese New Year falls on February 16th. It is the Year of the Dog according to Chinese zodiac. It is a great chance to experience the folk customs!
Chinese New Year, also called Spring Festival, has more than 4,000 years of history. It is the grandest and the most important annual event for Chinese people. Being one of the traditional festivals, it is the time for the whole families to reunite together, which is similar with Christmas Day to the westerners.
Chinese New Year takes place on a different date every year, because it is based on the lunar calendar.
In this calendar a month is two days shorter than in the solar calendar so to make up for it an extra month is added every few years.
The lunar calendar means the celebration always falls on a different date – unlike the January 1 New Year we are used to, based on the Gregorian calendar.
But Chinese New Year always falls between the end of January and mid-February.
Each year is denoted by a different symbol from the Chinese 12 year animal zodiac, with this year being matched to the tenth sign. This year is the Year of the Dog.
Dogs are the eleventh sign in the zodiac and are seen as independent, sincere, loyal and decisive, who aren’t afraid of difficulties in life. Due to these characteristics they also enjoy harmonious relationships with those around them.
Thoyu all staffs wish you and your families Happy Chinese New Year! Kung Hey Fat Choy!