Chinese stocks rose across the board on Tuesday despite the fact that Donald Trump trivialized expectations for upcoming trade negotiations between the US and China.
The CSI 300 index of the main listed shares in Shanghai and Shenzhen was 1.9 percent higher, mainly due to profit from the consumer, healthcare and industrial segments. In Hong Kong, the Chinese index of large-cap companies of Hang Seng China Enterprises rose by 1 percent.
The broader Hang Seng index in Hong Kong increased 0.5%, declined higher with a 10% gain for CSPC Pharmaceutical Group and a strong consumer share.
The South Korean and Taiwanese stocks were also higher, with the Kopsi Composite in Seoul with 0.9 percent and the FTSE TW50 in Taipei with 0.5 percent.
In Sydney, however, the S & P / ASX 200 fell by 1 percent, while only the industrial segment rose, while Topix in Tokyo fell by 0.3 percent.
Markets had started the week well on the basis of optimism about trade negotiations between officials from China and the US in Washington later this week.
However, Donald Trump said in an interview with Reuters late on the Monday published that he was not "much ahead" on the talks and that he had "no timetable" for ending the trade dispute with China, that both parties has already promised new tariffs impose $ 50 billion on imports from the other country.