China were predictably impressive at the International Swimming Federation Diving Grand Prix in Gold Coast as the country won all four individual titles available.
The sport's dominant force shone over three days in the Australian city, at the seventh leg of the Grand Prix season.
Wang Zongyuan won the men's three metre springboard at the Gold Coast Aquatic Centre, scoring 453.05 points.
He led a Chinese one-two, as Wu Luxian earned silver on 420.35, with Australia's home diver Shixin Li taking bronze on 403.80.
In the men's 10m platform, Lian Junjie was crowned champion as he ended on 487.15.
Australia's Sam Fricker was second on 375.10, while Nathan Brown of New Zealand came third on 310.65.
In the women's events, Chen Yiwen collected 3m springboard gold with 365.55, as Australians Anabelle Smith and Kiarra Milligan came second and third with 308.10 and 269.25, respectively.
There was a Chinese one-two in the 10m platform, as Si Yajie collected gold on 346.75 in front of Ren Qian's 312.10.
Home diver Nikita Hains won bronze on 242.00.
Malaysia proved the dominant force in the synchro events, with Gabriel Gilbert Daim and Muhammad Syafiq Puteh taking the 3m springboard title on 363.30.
Hanis Jaya Surya and Jelison Jabillin combined to win the 10m platform title on 338.40 and the women's 3m springboard crown went to Loh Zhiayi Loh and Jasmine Lai Pui Yee with 233.40.
Puteh also teamed up with Nur Dhabitah Binti Sabri to win the mixed 3m springboard title on 271.80.
China were not to miss out in the synchro events, winning the women's 10m platform thanks to Ren Qian and Si Yajie's score of 301.68.
The season will now resume in Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur from November 15 to 17, the penultimate leg of the circuit.