Despite sending a young squad under national team assistant coach Bao Zhuang, the time champions were still too good for Sri Lanka, as captain Liu Yanhan spearheaded China to straight sets victory , , China will face Indonesia in their second and last Pool D game on Monday, with a great chance to advance into the quarterfinals as group leaders. Apart from eying for the trophy, China also regard the Asian Championship as a chance to identify talents to fill in the roster for the upcoming World Cup to be held in September in Japan. Elsewhere, hosts South Korea also came victorious on Sunday, sweeping their Pool A opponents Iran although their star spiker Kim Yeon-koung played for only one set.
Women in Asia
China at the Asian Games - Wikipedia
In China from very early times, men have been seen as the core of the family. When women enter the early historical record, it is often because they caused men problems. Some women schemed to advance their own sons when their husband had sons by several women. In BCE, for instance, the daughter of one of the most powerful ministers in the state of Zheng learned from her husband that the ruler had ordered him to kill her father. The ruler of Zheng placed the blame on the husband for foolishly confiding in his wife.
China storm past Sri Lanka at Asian Women's Volleyball Championship
In order to support its young players' development, China sent a reserve team to join this year's event. China took a confident lead in the first set but struggled to deal with the pressure in the back-and-forth after the captain Kim Yeon-Koung pulled her team out of a hole with three consecutive spikes. After South Korea dragged the tie to , Kim contributed four ferocious attacks of South Korea's next five points and Ha Hye-jin's spike closed out the set for South Korea at
The evolution and history of women in Asia coincide with the evolution and history of Asian continent itself. They also correspond with the cultures that developed within the region. Due to the patriarchal nature of traditional Armenian culture and society,  women in Armenia are often expected to be virtuous and submissive, to safeguard their virginity until marriage, and assume primarily domestic tasks.