Paralympic and world champion Liwan Yang produced a dominant performance as she won gold medals in two different disciplines at the World Para Athletics Grand Prix in Beijing.
Liwan topped the podium in the javelin and discus F54 events on another successful day for the Chinese team in the 2008 Olympic and Paralympic Games host city.
She claimed victory in the javelin F54 event with a best throw of 17.44 metres, the furthest distance registered so far this year.
Liwan then followed up the javelin success by triumphing in the discus competition as she posted an attempt of 17.19m, four metres clear of the rest of the field.
Lijuan Zou, another of China's Paralympic and World Championships gold medallists, also registered a world lead on her way to winning the javelin F34 event.
Lijuan proved far too strong for her rivals with a throw of 18.98m.
World champion Mi Na continued the Chinese dominance of the field events as she reigned supreme in the women’s shot put F37 with a best effort of 11.61m.
The victory for Na came after she won the javelin event in the classification yesterday.
On the track, double Paralympic sprint gold medallist Zhou Guohua, who came into day two having triumphed in the long jump, powered to gold in the women's 100m T11 final in a time of 12.40sec.
Japan’s Itani Shunsuke claimed the win in the men's 100m T64 after Richard Browne of the United States, who was due to return from injuries sustained in a car crash last year, did not start the race.
World 200m T11 champion Fan Zetan showed he is just as quick over half the distance as he secured the 100m title in 11.08.
The event in the Chinese capital concludes tomorrow.