Profiting from being on home soil in Beijing four years ago, the Asian nation won every top prize on offer.
That has proved to not just be a one off, following more domination at the London 2012 Games.
Indeed, China has achieved a maximum haul of four golds and two silvers following the efforts of their men today.
Republic of Korea's trio of Ryu Seungmin, Joo Saehyuk and Oh Sangeun had no answer to their opponents and fell to a comprehensive 3-0 defeat.
The victory followed up the Team success of China's women yesterday as well as the Individual golds claimed by Zhang and Li Xiaoxia.
Germany took the bronze medal as their trio of Timo Boll, Dimitrij Ovtcharov and Bastian Steger beat Hong Kong 3-1.
Ma got China off to the perfect start by cruising past Athens 2004 Singles champion Ryu 3-1.
The clash between Zhang and Joo was closer. In a match of long rallies, many points saw Zhang deliver forehand smashes and loops that his opponent tried to chop back.
More often than not, the world number one came out on top, and he sealed the encounter 3-1.
Zhang and Wang, opponents in the Singles final, joined forces in the Doubles - and duly delivered another gold medal for China.
They defeated Oh and Ryu, completing a 3-0 triumph for China in fine style.