Chinese Calendar 2009

According to Chinese calendar, from January 26, 2009 to February 13, 2010 is Year of the Ox. You can use our Chinese Farmer's Almanac calendar (Tung Shing or Tung Shu) to find out things suggested to do or not to do for each day, and holidays and solar terms in each month.
SuMoTuWeThFrSa
28
初二/2
29
初三/3
30
初四/4
31
初五/5
1
初六/6
2
初七/7
3
初八/8
4
初九/9
5
初十/10
6
十一/11
7
十二/12
8
十三/13
9
十四/14
10
十五/15
11
十六/16
12
十七/17
13
十八/18
14
十九/19
15
二十/20
16
廿一/21
17
廿二/22
18
廿三/23
19
廿四/24
20
廿五/25
21
廿六/26
22
廿七/27
23
廿八/28
24
廿九/29
25
三十/30
正月 (Jan)
26
初一/1
27
初二/2
28
初三/3
29
初四/4
30
初五/5
31
初六/6
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Holidays in 2009 - China Public Holidays

China HolidaySolar DateLunar Date
Laba Festival January 03, 2009December 8, 2008
Spring Festival Eve January 25, 2009December 30, 2008
Spring Festival January 26, 2009January 1, 2009
Lantern Festival February 09, 2009January 15, 2009
Spring/Blue Dragon Festival February 26, 2009February 2, 2009
Qing Ming Festival April 04, 2009March 9, 2009
Dragon Boat Festival May 28, 2009May 5, 2009
Double Seventh Festival August 26, 2009July 7, 2009
Ghost Festival September 03, 2009July 15, 2009
Mid-Autumn Festival October 03, 2009August 15, 2009
The Double Ninth Festival October 26, 2009September 9, 2009

Note: China public holidays( ) include the New Year’s Day, Chinese Spring Festival (from Lunar New Year’s Eve to the sixth day of the New Year), Qingming Festival, May Day, the Dragon Boat Festival, Mid-Autumn Festival, and the National Day (from Oct.1 to Oct.7). Holidays except the Chinese Spring Festival and National Day are usually 3-day holiday that are created by combine the weekends.

Solar TermsSolar DateLunar Date
Slight Cold (Xiǎohán, 小寒)January 05, 2009December 10, 2008
Great Cold (Dàhán, 大寒)January 20, 2009December 25, 2008
Vernal Begins (Lìchūn, 立春)February 04, 2009January 10, 2009
Rain Water (Yǔshuǐ, 雨水)February 18, 2009January 24, 2009
Insects Awaken (Jīnzhé, 惊蛰)March 05, 2009February 9, 2009
Vernal Equinox (Chūnfēn, 春分)March 20, 2009February 24, 2009
Clear and Bright (Qīngmíng, 清明)April 04, 2009March 9, 2009
Grain Rain (Gǔyǔ, 谷雨)April 20, 2009March 25, 2009
Summer Begins (Lìxià, 立夏)May 05, 2009April 11, 2009
Grain Full (Xiǎomǎn, 小满)May 21, 2009April 27, 2009
Grain in Ear (Mángzhǒng, 芒种)June 05, 2009May 13, 2009
Summer Solstice (Xiàzhì, 夏至)June 21, 2009May 29, 2009
Slight Heat (Xiǎoshǔ, 小暑)July 07, 2009May 15, 2009
Great Heat (Dàshǔ, 大暑)July 23, 2009June 2, 2009
Autumn Begins (Lìqīu, 立秋)August 07, 2009June 17, 2009
Limit of Heat (Chúshǔ, 处暑)August 23, 2009July 4, 2009
White Dew (Báilù, 白露)September 07, 2009July 19, 2009
Autumnal Equinox (Qīufēn, 秋分)September 23, 2009August 5, 2009
Cold Dew (Hánlù, 寒露)October 08, 2009August 20, 2009
Frost's Descent (Shuāngjiàng, 霜降)October 23, 2009September 6, 2009
Winter Begins (Lìdōng, 立冬)November 07, 2009September 21, 2009
Light Snow (Xiǎoxuě, 小雪)November 22, 2009October 6, 2009
Great Snow (Dàxuě, 大雪)December 07, 2009October 21, 2009
Winter Solstice (Dōngzhì, 冬至)December 22, 2009November 7, 2009

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