China New Year Information – Year Of The HorseJanuary 24, 2014
Closed: 30 January (half-day)
Closed: 31 January to 6 February
Normal working hours will resume: February 7, 2014
If you would like an AIR shipment delivery before the Chinese New Year, the shipment needs to arrive on or before 22 January 2014.
If you would like a SEA shipment delivery before the Chinese New Year, the shipment needs to arrive on or before 16 January 2014.
Otherwise, please arrange for shipments to arrive after 7 February 2014 to avoid the unnecessary demurrage, warehouse, or airport charges.
Should you require immediate assistance for an urgent matter during this time period in China, please contact Michael Johnsen via email at email@example.com or by calling +86 1378 898 3350.
Arpin International Singapore will be closed in observance of Chinese New Year during the below time period:
Closed: 31 January to 1 February
Normal working hour will resume: February 2, 2014.
Should you require immediate assistance for an urgent matter during this time period, please contact Berlina Sim via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling +659 730 9938.
Best wishes in the “Year of the Horse!”
About the Chinese New Year Holiday
Chinese New Year is a special time when family members gather together to celebrate the most important first day in the Chinese calendar. Folklore tales tell of a gathering when Buddha invited animals to meet with him on Chinese New Year; twelve animals joined him. Subsequently, Buddha decided to name a year after each one of the animals at the gathering and announced to the people that persons born in that year would embody some of those animals’ personality traits. Those born in the year of the horse are said to be cheerful, adept with finances, perceptive, funny, talented, and good with their hands.