Hong Kong Ching Ming Festival Holiday
Qingming or Ching Ming Festival in Hong Kong is a special day for the Chinese community to remember their ancestors. The festival falls in the Chinese calendar’s 3rd lunar month every year. So, that makes it typically appear in the month of April (First week) in the Georgian calendar. Ching Ming festival is one of the largest events in China. The festival officially begins 104 days post the winter solstice. The festival generally starts on April 4 or April 5 every year. Then the activities can start at least 10 days before that. It is quite an ancient festival and dates back to approximately 2,500 years in Chinese history. The festival is also Tomb Sweeping Day, Clear Bright Festival, and Festival for Tending Graves.