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The following list of general holidays for 2009 is gazetted for public information:

Every Sunday Sunday
The first day of January1 JanuaryThursday
Lunar New Year’s Day26 JanuaryMonday
The second day of the Lunar New Year27 JanuaryTuesday
The third day of the Lunar New Year28 JanuaryWednesday
Ching Ming Festival4 AprilSaturday
Good Friday10 AprilFriday
The day following Good Friday11 AprilSaturday
Easter Monday13 AprilMonday
Labour Day1 MayFriday
The Buddha’s Birthday2 MaySaturday
Tuen Ng Festival28 MayThursday
Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Establishment Day1 JulyWednesday
National Day1 OctoberThursday
Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival3 OctoberSaturday
Chung Yeung Festival26 OctoberMonday
Christmas Day25 DecemberFriday
The first weekday after Christmas Day26 DecemberSaturday

"As the day following the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival in 2009 falls on a Sunday, the day of that Festival will be designated as an additional general holiday," said a Government spokesman.

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