China's Shi Zhanwei (R) fights against Iran's Mohsen Mohammadseifiduring the men's sanda 70kg final of the wushu event at the 2018 Asian Games in Jakarta on August 23, 2018. / AFP / Juni Kriswanto
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China scooped its 50th gold medal Thursday as it asserted its Asian Games dominance with multiple victories in wushu and rowing, where a Unified Korea team finished last.On the rowing lake in co-host city Palembang, China were victorious in six of the eight morning medal races.China's half-century of golds came just before noon on day five with Quan Xin's victory in the men's kayak final.About 17,000 athletes and officials are taking part in the two-week, 40-sport Games -- the biggest sports event in Indonesia's history.
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