It appears that H7N9's dramatic spike in the Spring of 2013 was tied to a Women's day, a 1/2 day off given to women on March 8th. Apparently the day is "an occasion for men to express their love for women in manner similar to a combination of Valentine's Day and Mother's Day"
(see chart below)
Our discovery of this additional Chinese Holiday, further goes to support the our previous analysis of this chart (see video below). It is now abundantly clear that H7N9 spikes are tied to human interaction during paid Chinese Holidays
The next spike in H7N9 confirmations tied to Chinese New Year 2014 should start to be noticed on Saturday 2/8/14. We also expect H7N9 cases will be present in San Fransisco by Valentine's day, however we also expect these cases to initially go undetected.