China stocks in general have resumed the plunge that began in mid-June, largely knifing through attempts by Beijing authorities to place a trampoline below them.

Investors and strategists for mutual funds and others see no near-term end to the woes.

But you can find China stocks that have held up despite the decline by A-class shares, which trade on mainland exchanges such as Shenzhen’s or Shanghai’s. All it takes is to look offshore, investors and strategists say.

Try stocks listed in Hong Kong and New York. Some investors suggest looking further afield conceptually, such as non-Chinese Asian or Pacific stocks that have exposure to China but also derive revenue from other areas.

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