"China factory activity accelerates in July on strong export orders: Caixin PMI" - http://www.reuters.com/article/us-china-economy-pmi-factory-caixin-idUSKBN1AH2SR
It seems that China export numbers continue to grow meeting expectations in opposition to the failure of talks between China and the US on trade agreement. While this also occurs there has also been a growth in the economy tied to an increase in government led construction.
But with this growth there is an expectation that the economy is planning to slow down from it's two year high and contract, in anticipation the Chinese government has passed stronger regulation to decrease risk taking in the economy. Even with these rules being tightened and profits being squeezed it is still expected that growth will occur.
On another note while growth occurs there has been a noted decrease in employment, which might start raising question on China's quest to build a service economy to rival that of the US.