According to this Yahoo Finance story, Chinese securities regulators recently signaled that they think the time is right to allow companies to raise capital in the market again. The story went on to say:
In China, companies need to obtain the green light from the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) before they can proceed with IPOs. That green light was switched off last September, after the Shanghai Composite Index had plunged 60% from the beginning of the year. Regulators believed that they had to take action to halt IPOs because battered investors were no longer able or willing to absorb new stock offerings.
It was the seventh time in the 20-year history of the Chinese stock market that regulators decided to suspend IPOs. Previous suspensions lasted from two months to a year. Review the full Yahoo Finance story.