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Chinese New Year – Friday, February 16 – is a major festival in the Chinese calendar and a traditional time for companies to send gifts and Chinese Lunar New Year cards to clients and business partners.

Selection of Chinese New Year Cards

From just £60 (HK$700), we can create a digital or printed corporate branded Chinese Lunar New Year card by customising stock card design templates with your logo, brand colours if appropriate, greeting and photos if you wish. The card can be presented in traditional font for Hong Kong, and/or simplified for the mainland China.

Contact us to see a larger selection of card templates and to discuss your needs

Chinese New Year Card Choices

Did you know:

  • The Year of the Earth Dog 2018 is a good year for lifestyle changes and to start new business ventures.
  • Most Mainland, Taiwan and Hong Kong businesses close for several days over the Lunar New Year. Factories will often close for the full two weeks but this is less the case in Hong Kong now. The best day for a business to reopen after the Lunar New Year is the 5th day – which in 2018 is February 19. It is definitely bad luck to open on the 3rd or 4th day as abandoned ancestral ghosts roam the earth on these days. Quite often a business owner will pop into the office on the 2nd day to ‘open’ it for the new lunar year so that staff can come to work after the public holiday.
  • National/public Chinese Lunar New Year holidays:
    • Mainland China: February 14–16 inclusive with local holidays commonly observed on the following on the Monday to Wednesday
    • Hong Kong:  February 16-17, 19
    • Taiwan: February 15–20