Chinese Olympic Committee vice-president Li Yingchuan has led a delegation of Olympic champions and their coaches to Chinese Taipei.
Gold medallists from athletics, cycling, shooting, taekwondo, women’s volleyball and weightlifting took part in the five-day visit.
They were invited to take part by Chinese Taipei Olympic Committee President Hong-Dow Lin.
The official expressed his hope that the visit would provide an opportunity for Chinese athletes and coaches to share their experience and training expertise.
Among the programme of events for the visit were a meeting of medallists and a technical exchange workshop for coaches.
Sport exchanges also took place at grassroots and training centres across Chinese Taipei as they sought to learn from their Chinese counterparts.
It was claimed the visit would also strengthen friendship and understanding between the two countries, as well as benefiting Chinese Taipei’s long-term sports development.
China won 70 medals at Rio 2016 to finish third on the medals table, with their haul including 26 gold, 18 silver and 26 bronze.
Weightlifter Hsu Shu-ching was Chinese Taipei’s sole gold medallist at the Games, with fellow lifter Kuo Hsing-chun and the women’s archery team both securing bronze.