The ChiNext Index, launched by the Shenzhen Stock Exchange (SSE) on June 1, rose 0.33 percent, or 3.36 points, to close at 1,033.58 points in Tuesday's trading.
Chinese shares posted a moderate rise Tuesday after a big rally on the previous trading day, with the benchmark Shanghai Composite Index ending at 2,671.89 points, up 10.18 points, or 0.38 percent.
Mainland stocks climbed, with the benchmark index gaining the most this month, as the nation's demand for resources highlighted the resilience of an economy that surpassed Japan as the world's second largest last quarter.
Hong Kong stocks closed up 40.55 points, or 0.19 percent, at 21,112.12 on Monday.
The ChiNext Index, launched by the Shenzhen Stock Exchange (SSE) on June 1 this year, rose 2.28 percent, or 23.01 points, to close at 1,030.22 points on Monday.
Chinese shares posted widespread gains with the benchmark index up 2.11 percent on Monday, the biggest advance this month, pushed up by coal producers.
China's stock index futures closed higher Monday with the contract for August, the most actively traded, up 2.69 percent from the previous trading day to end at 2,927.6 points.
Zhejiang Jihua Group Corp, China's biggest provider of military supplies, made a strong debut in Shanghai Monday, underscoring investors' confidence in the country's fast-growth of the sector.
The yuan weakened for a fifth day, the longest losing streak in a year, as slowing economic growth in China and Japan prompted investors to avoid emerging-market assets and favor the dollar.
Hong Kong stockbrokers may lose their traditional two-hour lunch break, the longest among the world's 20 largest markets, as the city's exchange seeks more business from the mainland.