That's despite economic growth slowing on the mainland. In the first quarter, growth in China's gross domestic product (GDP) slowed to 6.7 percent on-year, down a tad from the previous quarter's 6.8 percent. For 2015, Beijing logged 6.9 percent growth, its slowest pace in 25 years.
"We all recognize that the Chinese economy is going through a transition... but the fundamentals are very positive," the company's CEO, Michael Bayley, told CNBC's "Squawk Box."
He added that the company has witnessed nine years of strong growth in China.