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China (Tibet) - bank and public holidays of the world - 1970-2070

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Full calendar of public and bank holidays of the world (and banks closures), from 1970 until 2070 for China (Tibet)



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Name Date Kind
New Year's Day**Friday January 1, 2021Secular holiday 
Public holidaySunday January 3, 2021Secular holiday 
WORKING DAYFriday January 29, 2021Secular holiday 
WORKING DAYSaturday January 30, 2021Secular holiday 
Chinese New Year’s EveSunday January 31, 2021Buddhism (Vajrayana) 
Chinese New Year**Monday February 1, 2021Buddhism (Vajrayana) 
Chinese New Year**Tuesday February 2, 2021Buddhism (Vajrayana) 
Chinese New Year**Wednesday February 3, 2021Buddhism (Vajrayana) 
Chinese New Year**Thursday February 4, 2021Buddhism (Vajrayana) 
Monlam*Thursday February 4, 2021Events, celebrations... 
Chinese New Year**Friday February 5, 2021Buddhism (Vajrayana) 
Chinese New Year**Saturday February 6, 2021Buddhism (Vajrayana) 
Buddhist New Year - Losar*Sunday February 28, 2021Buddhism (Theravada) 
Buddhist New Year - LosarWednesday March 3, 2021Events, celebrations... 
Women's Day - 1/2 day for working womenMonday March 8, 2021cards/flowers 
Tibet Liberation Day (Tibet only)*Sunday March 28, 2021cards/flowers 

New Year's Day -
Saturday January 1, 2022

Secular holiday : The world's most widely celebrated holiday, New Years was set on January 1 by Julius Caesar because that was the date the Roman consuls took over their duties. Paid holiday when falling on Saturday or Sunday


Public holiday -
Monday January 3, 2022

Secular holiday :


WORKING DAY -
Saturday January 29, 2022

Secular holiday :


WORKING DAY -
Sunday January 30, 2022

Secular holiday :


Chinese New Year’s Eve -
Monday January 31, 2022

Buddhism (Vajrayana) : Employers who require employees to work during the holiday must pay three times the normal wages


Chinese New Year -
Tuesday February 1, 2022

Buddhism (Vajrayana) : At New Year during the night, the Jade Emperor conveyed all animals. Only 12 showed up. To thank them, Buddha dedicated one symbolic year per visitor. Each new born would inherit the relevant animal's characteristics. Paid holiday when falling on Saturday or Sunday


Chinese New Year -
Wednesday February 2, 2022

Buddhism (Vajrayana) : At New Year during the night, the Jade Emperor conveyed all animals. Only 12 showed up. To thank them, Buddha dedicated one symbolic year per visitor. Each new born would inherit the relevant animal's characteristics. Paid holiday when falling on Saturday or Sunday


Chinese New Year -
Thursday February 3, 2022

Buddhism (Vajrayana) : The Chinese calendar combines lunar and solar movements. The lunar cycle is about 29.5 days. To match the solar calendar, an extra month is added once every few years (seven years out of a 19-year cycle). Paid holiday when falling on Saturday or Sunday


Chinese New Year -
Friday February 4, 2022

Buddhism (Vajrayana) : The Chinese calendar combines lunar and solar movements. The lunar cycle is about 29.5 days. To match the solar calendar, an extra month is added once every few years (seven years out of a 19-year cycle). Paid holiday when falling on Saturday or Sunday


Monlam -
Friday February 4, 2022

Culture : Also known as The Great Prayer Festival. The event was established in 1409 by Tsong Khapa, the founder of the Geluk tradition. As the greatest religious festival in Tibet, thousands of monks (of the three main monasteries of Drepung, Sera and Ganden) gathered for chanting prayers and performing religious rituals at the Jokhang Temple in Lhasa. [Wikipedia] 2022 edition confirmed


Chinese New Year -
Saturday February 5, 2022

Buddhism (Vajrayana) : The Chinese calendar combines lunar and solar movements. The lunar cycle is about 29.5 days. To match the solar calendar, an extra month is added once every few years (seven years out of a 19-year cycle). Paid holiday when falling on Saturday or Sunday


Chinese New Year -
Sunday February 6, 2022

Buddhism (Vajrayana) : The Chinese calendar combines lunar and solar movements. The lunar cycle is about 29.5 days. To match the solar calendar, an extra month is added once every few years (seven years out of a 19-year cycle). Paid holiday when falling on Saturday or Sunday


Buddhist New Year - Losar -
Monday February 28, 2022

Buddhism (Theravada) : On the first day pilgrims go to pay homage to the most sacred statue of Sakya Muni in Jokhang temple and burn incense all around Jokhang as well as at all Tibetan homes.


Buddhist New Year - Losar -
Thursday March 3, 2022

Culture :


Women's Day - 1/2 day for working women -
Tuesday March 8, 2022

cards/flowers :


Tibet Liberation Day (Tibet only) -
Monday March 28, 2022

cards/flowers : Serfs' Emancipation Day On March 28, 1959, Tibetan serfs and slaves, who accounted for more than 90 percent of the region's population, were freed after the central government foiled an armed rebellion staged by the Dalai Lama and his supporters,