China won all five champions at the BWF Superseries China Masters.
Having won five gold medals at London 2012 China's badminton team impressed again at the China Masters winning all five titles.
Defending champion and world number three Chen Long took to the court to take on Hong Kong's Hu Yun in the men's singles.
And in forty minutes the match was decided Long winning in straight sets and taking his second Superseries title of the year and fifth in total.
China were then guaranteed another three victories in three all China contests - the mixed doubles, the women's doubles and in the women's singles, where world number one and London Olympics silver medalist Wang Yihan defeated compatriot Jiang Yanjiao to claim the title.
It then fell to top seeded Japan duo Hiroyuki Endo and Kenichi Hayakawa to put a stop to China's winning streak.
But in their first ever Superseries tournament Chai Biao and Zhang Nan managed to hold on winning the men's doubles and completing another stunning sweep for China.
Clean sweep for China at China MastersMonday, September 17 2012