On-line lunar calendar?

Sorry if this has been provided elsewhere… I did search.

Anyone have a link to an on-line lunar calendar for 2004 and or 2005.

Preferably one of those that indicates Taiwan holidays.

Thanks very much.

Time of the month, eh?

Uh, nooooo. Just want to be able to make some travel plans.

Uh, nooooo. Just want to be able to make some travel plans.[/quote]

You’ve been in Taiwan too long when…

you consult the LC for good travelling days. :wink:

… And you guys are all so off the mark that it hurts.

CNY, tomb sweeping day, Mid autumn festival etc are all decided by the lunar calendar.

http://www.ucchusma.idv.tw/new_page_53.htm

This was the best I could google, El tigre.

Not quite what you want, but it does have the Taiwan holidays.

cpa.gov.tw/cpa2004/english/ENWC0001.html

Brian

[quote=“Bu Lai En”]Not quite what you want, but it does have the Taiwan holidays.

cpa.gov.tw/cpa2004/English/ENWC0001.html

Brian[/quote]

Perfect… BUT… it shows for 2004 only, as the official holiday calendar is only released toward the end of the previous year.

In a few months, in other words.

[quote=“Bu Lai En”]Not quite what you want, but it does have the Taiwan holidays.

cpa.gov.tw/cpa2004/English/ENWC0001.html

Brian[/quote]

Perfect, Brian. Now I know where to look for the 2005 calendar when it comes out.

Thanks!

the link didn’t work for me, is this the same page??: http://www.cpa.gov.tw/cpa2004/egfix/EEWC0001.html this is where I usually look …

Same place.

I’m not sure if you have a Palm Pilot or not, but other might find this useful.
palm.asiayeah.com/lunarcalendar/

I’m going to install it now and see what it’s like.

I installed it and it works fine.

Chinese New Year is Feb 9th - 11th next year if that’s what you were looking for. Maybe we’ll get the 8th (and 7th?) off too, I don’t know.

Wow that calendar is really helpful. Too bad we missed a Double 10 3-day weekend by a single day. That could have been a nice 3 day trip to Taroko. Bleh. :raspberry: