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Chinese class schedule:
Holidays and breaks

If you follow Chinese group classes at GoEast Mandarin, either online or in Shanghai, your classes will be interrupted by breaks during either Western or Chinese holidays. This is to ensure that all classmates have the time off to visit their family, or do the things they do during their holidays — and the same counts for our Chinese language teachers.

If you are learning in a private class, chances are your classes will have the same holiday breaks, but contact your teacher or language consultant to make sure. 

2020/2021 Holidays & breaks

  • Christmas & New Year:
    Monday, December 21st to Sunday, January 3rd
  • Chinese New Year holiday:
    Thursday, February 11th to Wednesday, February 17th
  • Qingming festival:
    Saturday, April 3rd to Monday, April 5th
  • May Day:
    Saturday, May 1st to Wednesday, May 5th
  • Dragon Boat festival: 
    Saturday, June 12th to Monday, June 14th
  • Moon festival:
    Sunday, September 19th to Tuesday, September 21st
  • National Day:
    Friday, October 1st, to Thursday, October 7th
  • Christmast and New Year:
    Tuesday, December 21st to Monday January 3rd
Chinese classes holidays
Chinese classes holidays
Chinese classes holidays

During or around some holidays we have themed events, either online or in Shanghai. See our event page to find out more.

Chinese classes holidays
Chinese classes holidays