Hong Kong stocks closed up 146.69 points, or 0.52 percent, to 28,268.71 points on Wednesday.
Several U.S. groups representing a variety of industries have denounced Washington’s recent move to increase tariffs on Chinese imports.
The South Korean government’s plan to provide rice to mitigate the impact of the North’s food shortage started in earnest this week, after a short pause following Pyongyang’s short-range missile launches.
Wood coffins engraved with dragons and phoenixes, cloth coffins covered with embroidered flowers and grass, handcrafted memorial tablets, people are dying to get their hands on coffins made in China.
The ChiNext Index, China’s NASDAQ-style board of growth enterprises, gained 2.28 percent to close at 1,528.69 points Wednesday.
Chinese stocks closed higher Wednesday, with the benchmark Shanghai Composite Index up 1.91 percent, at 2,938.68 points.
The MOEX index (previously known as MICEX) increased by 0.47% since the previous closure and amounted to 2574.44 points as trading opened on the Moscow Exchange on Wednesday.
The dollar to ruble has declined by 4 kopecks to 64.93 rubles, since its previous closure as trading opened on the Moscow Exchange on Wednesday.
Tokyo stocks closed higher Wednesday in choppy trade.
Australian shares rebounded on Wednesday.