This year's China-U.S. International Teenager Robotics Competition has come to an end in Shanghai, with a team from Shandong's capital, Jinan, claiming the title.
Over 500 young students from 6 different countries participated in this year's event in Shanghai.
Of the 57 teams which competed, 42 were from China.
The 15 other teams were from the United States, Australia, Brazil, Israel and Canada.
The competition was designed like a basketball game, played by six robots from two teams.
The robots had to cooperate with each other, pass through obstacles on the floor and throw balls into their opponent's basket within two and a half minutes.
All of the robots are remotely controlled.
They've been designed with the latest technologies, including 3D printing and advanced systems programming.
Zhang Yupeng is a contestant from one of the Chinese teams.
"The image recognition technology CV, the camera reading program and filter lamp are used to calculate the distance and energy output. Three steps including scanning, automatic aiming and shooting are all done at once through the press of a button."
Fellow Chinese robot designer Chi Yufeng says their team tried to be creative in solving the various challenges the robots had to overcome.
"For the climbing function, we designed a set of large arms and a hook and used an electric liquid push rod to lift up the large arm. This makes the robots stable and more powerful."
International judges at this year's competition in Shanghai say the performance of the Chinese teams stood out this year compared with last year.
"From last year when we here and this year I can see a huge difference and how well Chinese teams are performing. And out of all the robots I have seen here and the different designs and all the creativity of the students."
This is the 3rd time this competition has been held in China.