The Shanghai Composite Index is expected to close up about 2% for the first time in a week, with the Nikkei 225 index up about 1%.
The move comes as the U.K. and European markets were on fire.
The Chinese stock market has been on a tear, climbing as much as 2% a day and surging to a record on Tuesday.
It was last down around 1% in late February, and has since rallied back to record levels.
Investors are betting that the Chinese stock bubble will burst soon.
That is why some have been selling stocks, including the Chinese tech giant Tencent, as the new U-S.
president Donald Trump seeks to tighten immigration policies and rein in China.
The Nikkeis rose 2.9% on Tuesday to finish at 8,534.20.
The S&P 500 index, meanwhile, fell 1.3% to 3,982.42.
The S&ams index of leading U.s. stocks was up 0.9%.