General holidays for 2015
The following list of general holidays for 2015 is gazetted for public information:
|The first day of January||1 January||Thursday|
|Lunar New Year’s Day||19 February||Thursday|
|The second day of Lunar New Year||20 February||Friday|
|The third day of Lunar New Year||21 February||Saturday|
|Good Friday||3 April||Friday|
|The day following Good Friday||4 April||Saturday|
|The day following Ching Ming Festival*||6 April||Monday|
|The day following Easter Monday*||7 April||Tuesday|
|Labour Day||1 May||Friday|
|The Birthday of the Buddha||25 May||Monday|
|Tuen Ng Festival||20 June||Saturday|
|Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Establishment Day||1 July||Wednesday|
|The 70th anniversary day of the victory of the Chinese people's war of resistance against Japanese aggression†||3 September||Thursday|
|The day following the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival||28 September||Monday|
|National Day||1 October||Thursday|
|Chung Yeung Festival||21 October||Wednesday|
|Christmas Day||25 December||Friday|
|The first weekday after Christmas Day||26 December||Saturday|
* As Ching Ming Festival in 2015 falls on a Sunday, the following day will be designated as a general holiday in substitution. However, as the day following Ching Ming Festival and Easter Monday fall on the same day, the next following day that is not itself a general holiday will be observed as an additional general holiday.
† The Government has, by legislation, designated 3 September 2015, the 70th anniversary day of the victory of the Chinese people's war of resistance against Japanese aggression, on a one-off basis as an additional Statutory Holiday and General Holiday for 2015.
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