Two major holidays are coming soon in China: the Mid-Autumn Festival holiday and China’s National Day holiday. The first week of October is always the National Day week-long holiday but the Mid-Autumn Festival’s date changes every year. This year, the date of the Mid-Autumn Festival has resulted in a very complicated holiday schedule for China’s workers and they have created some interesting ways to remind them of which days they have off and which days they must work.
Mid-Autumn Festival and National Day holiday schedule is complicated, “personality/attitude calendars” become popular online
Summary: The holiday period hailed as history’s most fragmented and frustrating/flip-flopping is upon us, and in addition to mnemonic rhymes, songs, and other [ways to remember the holiday-workday schedule], workers have created yet another thing —- “personality/attitude calendars” [basically “silly” or “funny” calendars]. Amongst them, the “Plants vs. Zombies” or “Inception” versions have been the most popular.
I hear that our country even has a holiday committee/office, what else do they do other than arranging holidays?
I don’t know what the country [government] is thinking. I don’t agree with how the holidays arranged like this. I also don’t agree with holidays randomly/carelessly arranged. When the time comes, rest when you should rest, go to work when you should go to work. [With a day off placed here and a work day placed there,] it is a mess.
Only SBs could set a holiday schedule like this.
For most workers, these holidays simply don’t exist.
This must’ve been made by those people in Beijing again. Those people just love to sort/arrange things, but why do something useless like this. I’ve never seen Beijing people do anything useful! Oh my heavenly kingdom [China/government]!
See Beijing people…chinaSMACK personals.