Saturday, 2 November 2019

2020 Chinese New Year Start Work Date

2020 Chinese New Year Start Work Date


A lot of people have been asking for 2020 start work date after the Chinese New Year long break. They want the date so that they can plan for their holidays. Chinese New Year falls on 25th and 26th Jan 2020 (Sat and Sun) with 27th Jan (Mon) having extra holiday.



The date and time to start work after Chinese New Year (CNY) break are:

Option 1: 26th Jan 2020, Sun 5 – 7pm. The best timing will be 6:40 pm. This is a Sunday and if you have remote access, you can login to send a simple business email to kick-start the good luck.



This date is specifically good for people who are born in the year of Xin (ends with 1. e.g . 1961, 1971, etc) . Using this date and time for activation will bring in smooth career. Note: most people can use this date and time, just that this date/time is better for those born in the year of Xin.



Option 2: 28th Jan 2020, Tue 9-11pm. The best timing will be 9:20pm. If you have remote access, you can login to send a simple business email to kick-start the good luck.



This date is specifically good for people who are born in the year of Ding (ends with 7. e.g . 1967, 1977, etc) . Using this date and time for activation will bring in smooth wealth luck. Note: most people can use this date and time, just that this date/time is better for those born in the year of Ding.



Option 3: 29th Jan 2020, Wed 1pm – 3pm. The best of the best timing will be 1:50 pm.



This date is specifically good for people who are born in the year of Yi (ends with 5. e.g . 1965, 1975, etc) . Using this date and time for activation will bring in smooth career. Note: most people can use this date and time, just that this date/time is better for those born in the year of Yi.

In here, I would like to wish you all Gong Xi Fa Cai!



Thanks

Calvin


2 comments:

  1. Sifu what about 1963 or 1958 (Rabbit & Pig )

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  2. All options can use. It is just that those years are better only.

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