Hosts Malaysia and China finished the International Swimming Federation Diving Grand Prix with more gold as the event concluded in the country's capital, Kuala Lumpur.
Duan Yu added the men's 10 metre platform gold to his title in the synchronised event as China took the top two positions on the podium at the National Aquatics Complex in Bukit Jalil.
Duan's score of 437.45 points was way ahead of the rest of the field as team-mate Wang Zewei took silver on 398.60.
The bronze medal went to Singapore's Jonathan Chan who scored 357.35 points.
The women's synchronised 3m gold went to local divers, Loh Zhiayi and Ong Ker Ying, as the Malaysian pair were the only competitors to enter the event.
They scored 250.56 points.
A similar story was seen in the women's 10m platform synchronised event as no teams entered to compete.
As the Kuala Lumpur Grand Prix concludes, divers will look forward to the circuit heading to the Gold Coast, Australia, from November 15 to 18.
The final leg of the 2018 Grand Prix series will be held in Singapore from November 23 to 25.