The Mid-Autumn Festival, or zhongqiujie (中秋节), is one of the largest festivals in Mainland China and Hong Kong, bringing families gather to sample autumn harvests, light lanterns and admire what’s believed to be the fullest moon of the year.

The Mid-Autumn Festival is celebrated in many East Asian communities. In China, it is the second most important festival after New Year and is a reunion time for families, while in Vietnam, it’s more like a children’s day.

The festival has long been a public holiday in mainland China and in 2020, the Mid-Autumn Festival will fall on National Day so it makes up an 8-day holiday.

Norman Global Logistics offices in China and Hong Kong office will close for the Mid-Autumn Festival public holiday.

Closure dates:

China
1st to 8th October 2020 (Thursday to Thursday) resuming operations on 9th October 2020 (Friday)

Hong Kong
1st and 2nd October 2020 (Thursday – Friday) resuming operations on 5th October 2020 (Monday)

You can continue to contact us at our company email address during this holiday period.