The Ningbo circuit joins the championship for the first time after opening in August last year.
With two races and 25 points on offer for a race victory, Edoardo Liberati, Florian Strauss, and Yukinori Taniguchi remain in championship contention.
Liberati and Strauss are in fifth place in the overall standings (45 points off the lead) and also fifth in the standings for Silver-rated drivers (29 points off the lead).
Taniguchi is only 10 points off the lead in the Pro-Am championship in second place. He will again be joined this weekend by Alexandre Imperatori.
KCMG will also be looking to cement its position in third place in the team’s championship.
Running the newly-evolved 2018-spec Nissan GT-R NISMO GT3, the KCMG squad has been a strong contender throughout this year’s championship with an overall win for Taniguchi and Imperatori at Fuji and three podiums for Liberati and Strauss.