China played Chinese Taipei tough, leading 1-0 after four innings. Taiwan scored a run in the fifth to tie it and added runs in the seventh and eighth to take the 3-1 victory. Taiwan finished in second place at 4-1 while China settled for fourth at 2-3.
China started T. Bu. In his first start he didn’t give up any runs in five innings of work, striking out nine. In his second start he almost duplicated that, Taiwan going scoreless until scoring their lone run off him in the fifth. Bu only gave up three hits, walking two and striking out three.
Taiwan got eight innings from the duo of H.C. Lai and Y.L. Wang. Lai had only worked one inning of scoreless relief in a previous appearance, but threw four plus innings against China, giving up their lone run. Wang got the start and the loss in the opener against Japan. He went three plus innings without giving up a hit or walk and striking out five in his start against China.
S.W. Wang spanked two hits to drive in one run. The box score can be found here: http://www.ctba.org.tw/show_record.php?id=3427
Final standings are Japan 5-0, Tawian, 4-1, Korea 3-2, China 2-3, Philippines 1-4, Pakistan 0-5.