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The following list of general holidays for 2011 is gazetted for public information:

Every Sunday Sunday
The first day of January1 JanuarySaturday
Lunar New Year's Day3 FebruaryThursday
The second day of the Lunar New Year4 FebruaryFriday
The third day of the Lunar New Year5 FebruarySaturday
Ching Ming Festival5 AprilTuesday
Good Friday22 AprilFriday
The day following Good Friday23 AprilSaturday
Easter Monday25 AprilMonday
The day following Labour Day2 MayMonday
The Buddha’s Birthday10 MayTuesday
Tuen Ng Festival6 JuneMonday
Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Establishment Day1 JulyFriday
The day following Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival13 SeptemberTuesday
National Day1 OctoberSaturday
Chung Yeung Festival5 OctoberWednesday
The first weekday after Christmas Day26 DecemberMonday
The second weekday after Christmas Day27 DecemberTuesday

"As the Labour Day in 2011 falls on a Sunday, the day following will be designated as an additional general holiday. Also, as the Christmas Day in 2011 falls on a Sunday, the second weekday following will be designated as an additional general holiday," said a Government spokesman.

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