Every year before New Year's Day, the State Council announces the schedule of next year's holidays. Although 2020 has not yet arrived, many Chinese netizens are looking for 2020 holiday calendar. While the official release from the State Council hasn't been made yet; however here's the forecast one.
Traditionally, there are seven statutory holidays in China: New Year's Day, Spring Festival, Qingming Festival (Tomb Sweep), Labor Day, Dragon Boat Festival, Mid-Autumn Festival and National Day. In 2020, due to the coincidence of Mid-Autumn and National Day holidays, there are only six statutory holidays predicted.
New year's day. The new year's day of 2020 is Wednesday, the vacation time is from January 1 (Wednesday) to January 4 (Saturday).
Spring Festival. It's the first day of the Chinese lunar year. The holidays are usually from New Year's Eve to the sixth day of the year, this will be from January 24 (Friday) to January 30 (Thursday), January 19 and February 1 will be adjusted working days.
Qingming. Three days from April 4 to April 6, no adjusted working days.