Readers with regular jobs that don’t consist of writing snarky comments about the day’s news may be facing some confusing working hours over the upcoming Mid-Autumn Festival and National Day holidays. Well Shanghaiist is here to help you make sense of things.
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To clarify with capital letters and excess bolding type:
SEPTEMBER 19 – 21 (THURSDAY TO SATURDAY) IS THE MID-AUTUMN FESTIVAL HOLIDAY.
SEPTEMBER 22 (SUNDAY) AND 29 (ALSO A SUNDAY) ARE WORK DAYS.
OCTOBER 1 – 7 (TUESDAY TO MONDAY) IS THE NATIONAL DAY HOLIDAY.
OCTOBER 12 (SATURDAY) IS A WORK DAY.
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