Hosts China dominated day two of the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) World Challenge Cup in Zhaoqing, winning all five finals that were held.
Deng Shudi, a double world champion and Olympic bronze medallist, was among the home nation's quintet of victors at Zhaoqing Sports Complex.
He prevailed in the men's floor exercise ahead of Japan's Takuya Sakakibara and South Korea's Lee Seung-min.
China's two other male winners were Zou Jingyuan and Liu Yang in the pommel horse and rings respectively.
Three-time World Championship gold medallist Zou held off Ireland's Rhys McClenaghan, competing for the first time since undergoing shoulder surgery in November, to triumph.
Fellow Chinese Weng Hao came third.
Liu, a double world champion and Olympic bronze medallist, topped the men's rings podium with South Korea's Jeon Yo-seop second and Sakakibara third.
There was also success for China today in the women's vault, through Yu Linmin, and women's uneven bars, thanks to Li Shijia.
Completing the top three in the women's vault were Uzbekistan's Oksana Chusovitina and Malaysia's Ing Yueh Tan.
China's Liu Jingxing was the women's uneven bars silver medallist, while South Korea's Eom Do-hyun took the bronze.
Action is due to conclude tomorrow with the remaining finals.
Zhaoqing is hosting the first of seven FIG World Challenge Cups this season.