Day 6 of the Asian Games ended with four new medals for Hong Kong, with a silver in cycling and bronze in swimming, fencing and squash.
Cyclist Lee Sze-wing won a silver medal in the women's omnium event – her third medal in Hangzhou.
The 22-year-old told HOY TV she was satisfied with the outcome.
“I am happy because this is an individual event. So this can be a proof of myself. Before the race I was nervous, because when it reached the third [elimination] event, I felt some pressure,” she said.
Also in the velodrome, Leung Chun-wing and Leung Ka-yu finished fourth in the men's madison event, behind Japan, South Korea and Kazakhstan.
In the pool, Hong Kong swimmers took home bronze medals at the women's 4 x 100 metres medley relay in dramatic fashion, after their Singapore opponents were disqualified.
The SAR team's time of 4:01.72 seconds was originally good for fourth place, behind Japan, South Korea and Singapore.
But judges ruled afterwards that a Singaporean swimmer had jumped too soon, meaning there was a place on the podium for Hong Kong.
The time set by Stephanie Au, Siobhan Haughey, Natalie Kan and Karen Tam was also a new Hong Kong record.
The medal means that Hong Kong swimmers wrapped up their action in the pool with two golds, two silvers and three bronzes, with all but one of them won by Haughey.
She said she's satisfied with her overall performance.
"I don't know how many chances I have going to an Asian Games in my life. I've done a lot of training for many competitions this year, for this Asian Games and the Paris Olympics next year. I believe this proves that my current training works, and hopefully I can carry this momentum into next year's races,” she said.
Au, meanwhile, said she's happy the team had managed to set another new Hong Kong record, adding that it's "a perfect ending" for her last Asian Games.
On the piste, the Hong Kong men's epee fencing team reached the podium for the first time ever by securing bronze.
Cedric Ho, Anson Ng, Fong Hoi-sun and Lau Ho-fung bowed out of the semi-finals at the hands of Kazakhstan, who won 45-30.
And in squash, the SAR's men's team of Henry Leung, Alex Lau and Edmond Tang settled for bronze. They crashed out of the semifinals after being defeated by Pakistan 2-1.
After six days of competition, China top the table with 105 gold, 63 silver and 32 bronze medals, with Japan overtaking South Korea for second place.
Hong Kong are now seventh in the standings, with five gold, 13 silver and 18 bronze medals.