India, Dec. 2 -- Asian markets ended mostly higher on Monday after reports showing China's manufacturing activity expanded at a moderate pace in November, suggesting Beijing's stimulus measures are beginning to have an effect. The Caixin manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index rose slightly to 51.8 from 51.7 in October, signaling an improvement for the fourth consecutive month. According to official survey, released over the weekend, the manufacturing sector returned to growth in November. The PMI advanced to 50.2 from 49.3 while the non-manufacturing PMI advanced to 54.4 from 52.8. Further, Japanese shares ended higher as improved Chinese and Japanese economic data helped ease investor concerns about slowing global growth. The latest surv...