The Chinese New Year, or Spring Festival, has more than 4,000 years of history and is the longest holiday of the year. In the 21st century, the national holiday begins on the first of the Lunar Calendar and lasts until the 15th of the first month. In 2020, Chinese New Year begins on January 25th and ends February 8th.
In China, all stores are closed during the first five days of the Spring Festival, with some not opening until the very end. People must stock up on New Year supplies (年货—nian huo) beforehand and many begin on the Laba Festival. Kitchens will also show the first signs of Spring Festival dishes with the preparation of cured meat, salted fish and other preserved food.
Kicking off the main festivities is the Little Year on January 17th, with the Spring Festival officially beginning January 25th (January 24th is New Year's Eve) and ending with the Lantern Festival on February 8th.
Wanli office will be closed from 21st Jan. to 31st Jan. The service line for sales and after sales will be available for 24 hours 7 days.
Wish all the friends Happy Chinese New Year! Happy Year of The Rat!