China dominated the individual events at the International Swimming Federation (FINA) Diving Grand Prix season opener in Rostock in Germany, winning all four of the solo competitions at the Hallenschwimmbad Neptun.
Peng Jianfeng claimed the first gold medal as he took first place in the three metre springboard event with a score of 483.85 points.
He was joined on the podium by compatriot He Chao, who clinched bronze on 455.20, while German Patrick Hausding took the silver medal with 472.60.
Wang Jian then doubled China's tally as he dominated the 10m competition.
The 2014 World Cup gold medallist scored an impressive 546.60 to finish 72.75 points clear of fellow Chinese diver Xu Zewei.
Xu took second place on 473.85 points, while Vadim Kaptur of Belarus completed the podium with a total of 456.84.
Chinese dominance did not extend to the men's synchronised events.
Hausding and his German team-mate Stephan Feck were victorious in the 3m synchronised event with a score of 419.91 points.
Li Linwei and Liu Chengming took second on 382.44 points.
The Malaysian pairing of Chew Yiwei and Ahmad Amsyar Bin Azman rounded out the podium on 376.14 points.
Sergey Nazin and Roman Izmailov of Russia won the 10m synchronised event unopposed with a score of 398.76 points from their six dives.
Wu Chunting restored order in the women's 3m event as she claimed China's third individual gold medal of the competition.
The 20-year-old finished over 15 points clear of Ukraine's Viktoriya Kesar on 309.85
Kesar took second on 294.60 as Canada's Jennifer Abel finished in bronze medal position with her score of 286.50 points.
Completing the individual Chinese dominance was Zhang Minjie as she prevailed in the women's 10m invidual event with a score of 360.35 points.
She was followed onto the podium by her synchronised partner Zhang Jiaqi, who scored 352.30 points.
Canada's Meaghan Benfeito completed the top three with 350.75 points.
Zhang and Zhang then came together to win the women's 10m synchronised competition.
They scored 327.84 points to finish well clear of Canada's Benfeito and Caeli McKay, who clinched second place on 301.80.
There was further Canadian success in the women's 3m synchronised event as Abel teamed with Melissa Citrini-Beaulieu to win the competition with 304.08 points.
Inge Jansen and Celine Van Duijn of The Netherlands took second on 285.30 while, much to the delight of the home crowd, Friederike Freyer and Lena Hentschel of Germany won the bronze with their effort of 281.40.
The next stage of the Grand Prix is due to be held in Gatineau in Canada between April 6 and 9.