China announced Monday that the Lunar New Year holiday would be extended to 2nd February, as part of eforts to contain the coronavirus outbreak.

The Chinese New Year 2020 is celebrated on Saturday 25th January and the festival will last to 8th February, about 15 days in total, with seven days of public holidays, which means office closures.

Following the extension of the China New Year holiday to 2nd February, our offices will be back in operation on the 3rd February.

These Norman Global Logistics’ offices will be closed for Chinese New Year holidays:

24-30 January 2020 (Friday to Thursday)

Hong Kong
25, 27, 28 January 2020 (Saturday, Monday, Tuesday)

23-29 January 2020 (Thursday to Wednesday)

For any urgent issues, please contact us at our company email address during this period. We will serve you as soon as possible, and sincerely hope you enjoy the festival. Thank you.

2020 is the year of the Rat

The rat ranks first among 12 Chinese zodiacs. It means wisdom.
People who are born in the year of rats are said to have distinct characteristics including:
Strengths: intelligent, charming, quick-witted, practical, ambitious, socialising and good at money-saving.
Weaknesses: timid, stubborn, wordy, greedy, devious, too eager for power and gossiping.

Rat zodiac celebrities: Scarlett Johansson, Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, Katy Perry, Eminem, John F. Kennedy, William Shakespeare

Happy Year of the Rats! May the five blessings come to you.” (Longevity, wealth, health, virtue, and natural death)