Hong Kong stocks closed up 556.62 points, or 2.41 percent, at 23,652.94 on Monday.
The ChiNext Index, launched by the Shenzhen Stock Exchange (SSE) on June 1, added 43 points, or 4.04 percent, to close at 1,107.52 on Monday.
China's stock index futures closed higher Monday with the contract for November, the most actively traded, rising 3.97 percent from the previous trading day to end at 3,571.8 points.
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China on Friday established a consultative committee comprised of 15 experts to push forward the reform and development of the country's Nasdaq-style ChiNext board, which opened one year ago.
Companies in Asia, the world's fastest growing region, have recorded six of the 10 largest gains among IPOs in the United States this year.
China's stocks in the agricultural sector maintained growth on the back of soaring agricultural product prices, displaying an immunity to the fall in the stock market after the government resolved to curb inflation.
China will take targeted measures to strengthen regulatory constraints on ChiNext-listed companies, the country's securities watchdog said on Friday in response to investors' concerns about the Shenzhen-based start-up board becoming a tool for the executives to "cash-out".
Hong Kong stocks closed down 114. 54 points, or 0.49 percent, at 23,096.32 on Friday.
Chinese equities ended lower Friday with the benchmark Shanghai Composite Index down 0.46 percent, or 13.75 points, to close at 2,978.83.
Hong Kong stocks closed up 46.28 points, or 0.2 percent, at 23,210.86 on Thursday. Turnover totaled HK$76.06 billion ($9.8 billion) compared with Wednesday's HK$98.71 billion ($1equals HK$7.758).