Holiday Notice: Chinese New Year 2024

Chinese New Year, also known as the Spring Festival or Lunar New Year, is one of the most important traditional Chinese holidays. It marks the beginning of the lunar new year and this year falls on Saturday, February 10th. Celebrations culminate with the Lantern Festival on February 24th.

The Chinese New Year dragon is a prominent symbol and part of the traditional festivities during the Chinese New Year celebration. The dragon dance is a captivating and lively performance that is believed to bring good luck and prosperity for the upcoming year.

Gong Xi Fa Cai (恭喜发财)
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Celebrations last up to 16 days, but only the first 7 days are considered a public holiday (February 10th–February 16th, 2024).

Hong Kong office
Will be closed from 10th till 13th February
and will resume normal business hours on 14th February

Cut off time to receive instructions
Thursday, February 8th by 1500hrs LT

Singapore office
Will be closed from 9th till 13th February
and will resume normal business hours on 14th February

Cut off time to receive instructions
Thursday, February 8th by 1500hrs LT

China office
Will be closed from 9th till 17th February
and will resume normal business hours on 18th February

Cut off time to receive instructions
Monday, February 5th by 1500hrs LT

Korea office (Lunar New Year)
Will be closed from 9th till 12th February
and will resume normal business hours on 13th February

Cut off time to receive instructions
Wednesday, February 7th by 1500hrs LT

Japan office (National Foundtion Day)
Will be closed from 10th till 12th February
and will resume normal business hours on 13th February

Cut off time to receive instructions
Friday, February 9th by 1100hrs LT

In addition in Japan (Emperor’s Birthday)
Will be closed from 23rd till 25th February
and will resume normal business hours on 26th February

Cut off time to receive instructions
Thursday, February 22nd by 1100hrs LT

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