However, South Korea swept gold in the individual poomsae events, with Wanjin Kang and Yeaeun Cha winning the men’s and women’s titles at the Wangjian Campus Gymnasium of Sichuan University.
Those two successes saw South Korea move into the second spot in the medal standings, with six golds.
Still, the host nation leads the way with 11 golds after two days of action – the host nation collected the final gold of the day, winning the Mixed Pair Poomsae final, South Korea settling for silver.
In addition, archery, shooting and wushu saw China collect golds, including a victory in the Compound Men’s Team competition in archery, the 25m Rapid Fire Pistol Team Men’s in shooting, and Jin Zhedian winning the Men’s Daoshu in wushu.
It was a golden day for Japan in Judo at the Jianyang Cultural and Sports Centre Gymnasium as Tatsuki Ishihara won the Men’s 73kg competition and Kirari Yamaguchi landed the Women’s 63kg, taking Japan to six golds in the medal standings.
Sunday was dominated by the Asian nations, but there was a welcome gold for Europe as Matej Rampula landed gold for the Czech Republic in the Men’s 25m Rapid Fire Pistol at the shooting range.
India have also enjoyed a superb start to the games, already eclipsing their best-ever medal tally – so far, they have won 11 medals, five gold, two silver, and four bronze.
Elsewhere, plenty of events got underway, including preliminary action in volleyball, water polo, and basketball, where the USA men’s team defeated Japan 93-56 at the Qingbaijiang Sports Centre Gymnasium.
Monday will see a busy day of sport to enjoy, including the start of the men’s and women’s diving at the Jianyan Cultural and Sports Centre Natatorium.
Gold medals are also up for grabs in archery, rhythmic gymnastics, and shooting in what’s set to be another fantastic day of action.