Chinese traditional festivals are an important part of harvesting or prayer products. The most important festival in China is the Spring Festival. It is also a festival celebrated by South Korea, Vietnam and other East Asian countries in East Asian culture. All the traditional festivals are arranged according to China's calendar (except Ching Ming, which falls on the Lunar New Year respectively).
Traditional festivals are usually held in the Chinese-speaking area. However, in most cases, only the Lunar New Year, Ching Ming Festival, Dragon Boat Festival and Mid-Autumn Festival are statutory public holidays. In Singapore, the Lunar New Year is the only traditional Chinese public holiday.