China's stock index futures rose on Wednesday with the contract for May, the most actively traded, up 0.23 percent to end at 3,129 from the previous trading day.
Chinese equities remained weak on Wednesday after hitting six-month low on the previous trading day, with the benchmark Shanghai Composite Index down 0.26 percent, or 7.6 points, to close at 2,900.33.
The Chinese Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) said Wednesday that it does not plan to suspend approval of real estate companies' fund-raising proposals.
China's stocks fell, driving the benchmark index to a six-month low, on concern government measures to cool the property market will damp consumer spending and curb demand for raw materials.
Chinese equities fell to six-month low on Tuesday with the benchmark Shanghai Composite Index down 2.07 percent, dragged down by heavyweights in financial, real estate and energy-related stocks.
Mainland stocks fell, extending a weekly slump, as developers and liquor producers dropped after the government stepped up measures to curb property gains and Kweichow Moutai Co reported a lower-than-estimated profit.
Soybeans advanced to the highest level in more than three months on speculation that cold weather may curb planting in China, boosting demand from the world's largest consumer.
China's crackdown on the real estate market may trigger an estimated 400 billion yuan ($58.6 billion) to flow out of property and into equities, according to the nation's largest brokerage.
Construction machinery maker Sany Heavy Industry Co Ltd said on Monday it would seek an initial public offering (IPO) in Hong Kong after reporting 59.3 percent year-on-year growth in its net profit in 2009.
Hong Kong stocks closed up 342. 57 points, or 1.61 percent, at 21,587.06 on Monday.
China's stock index futures fell on Monday with the contract for May, the most actively traded, down 0.66 percent to end at 3,213.8 from the previous trading day.
The ChiNext market fell Monday as only 12 of the 71 stocks at China's start-up board for small and medium-sized enterprises rose, while other two stocks were suspended from trading.