NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Last week we looked at technology as a way to gain exposure to areas of the Chinese economy where money is going to be spent. Such a strategy avoids sectors that may see a slowdown, such as manufacturing.Right on cue comes the new KraneShares CSI China Five Year Plan ETF ( KFYP). BIDU) each have double-digit weightings, while the third-largest constituent, Want Want Holdings (WWNTY:PNK), has a 3.3% weight. Obviously, the remaining holdings have smaller weightings than that. Any sort of meaningful price impairment for Tencent or Baidu likely would be a drag on the fund. The big idea behind KFYP is essentially what I discussed last week. The segments captured in the fund are where China's government has said money will spent, and that should bode well for the companies in the fund.