Posted by: oliviapontet | October 1, 2012

National Day of China

The Oct. 1 is China’s National Day. Since the founding of the People’s Republic of China October 1, 1949 is year is the 62nd anniversary of our country. According to the regulations of the Chinese government, there will be 7 statutory holidays during the 01 October (Saturday) to 7 October 2011 (Friday).

Every year the month of October is a great tourist season, adding 7 days of the National Day holiday, most of the cities like Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong etc. and tourist cities such as Xian, Guilin, Lijiang etc. are packed in domestic and foreign travelers.

The Ministry of Transport is expected that there will be a flow of more than 60 million passengers during the National Day. September 30, October 1, 6 and 7 October are the most intense four days. But to meet the demands of passenger transport, ensure the smooth flow of traffic and avoid the situation of attardement stations in each city, the Ministry of Transport and the transportation departments of all provinces have adopted many measures to address problems caused by the high volume of passengers during the national holiday. For example, adding the frequency moving means, extend the hours of labor and increase the efficiency of communication etc..

Moreover, the ninth day of the ninth lunar month is the Double Ninth Festival, a traditional Chinese festival which will take place on October 5 this year. It is a festival of respect for old. According to the investigation, Jiangsu Province is a province that has a large number of old, and there will be a lot of travelers who flock worm that province within two days of 3 and 4 October.

English: Flag-map of PRC Русский: Флаг-карта КНР

English: Flag-map of PRC Русский: Флаг-карта КНР (Photo credit: Wikipedia)


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