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Q: Will places like post offices, banks, shops, restaurants, etc. be open on January 1st in Yinchuan?

I asked 2 of my Chinese friends, and got completely contradictory answers.

 

I'm mostly concerned about the post office.

 

Thanks.

5 years 46 weeks ago in  General  - Yinchuan

 
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postal savings bank open every day including holidays , but other banks will be closed in shandong. dont know if this different for different provinces.government offices were closed but everything else was open.
this year we get the screw job holiday, off wed, thur, fri, work saturday and sunday on wed and thur class schedule, this is china.

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I was in Yinchuan for 2 years think banks will be closed as its a national holiday but will be buisness as usual for the others.- Wanda will be in full flow i imagine.

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