“女神” means “goddess,” and “节” means “festival.” This term, widely used by Chinese netizens and in Chinese media, refers to “Women’s Day,” which falls on March 8 each year. Previously, people would use the standard translation of “妇女节,” but nowadays, people prefer the more flattering term.
Shàngzhōuwǔ nǐmen gōngsī fàngjià le ma？
Did you take some time off last Friday?
Yīnwèi nǚshénjié，wǒmen suǒyǒu nǚ yuángōng dōu fàngjià bàntiān。
All girls in our company took half a day off because it was Women’s Day.