Chinese New Year 2021 - What to Expect
In 2021, Chinese New Year will be celebrated on and around February 12th. The celebrations tend to continue over a period of roughly 3 to 4 weeks. Most Chinese will go back to their hometowns to spend quality time with extended family, celebrate a year of hard work and have a relaxing break. For most people in China, Chinese New year is the only meaningful break of the year.
When the Western holidays of 2020 are behind us, the Chinese are looking forward to Chinese New Year (CNY).
If you’re in the middle of your production and are aiming to ship out before the festivities hit, keep up with your Quality Control inspections. Quality tends to be the victim as factories are straining to meet their deadlines before Chinese New Year. It’s better to spend a small amount of your total budget on inspections in China, than to risk your entire project and end up with faulty products at the destination. If you haven’t yet chosen a QC service, consider using ours. Read more on our page.
Now that you are aware of what’s on the horizon you can plan accordingly. Good luck to you in 2020 and 2021!