In the women's division, Hsu Chu-Yi reached the final after she defeated Chen Hsiu-Lan, 213-207 in the first women's semi-final match. She also trashed newly-crowned Chinese Taipei Open champion, Huang Chiung-Yao, 245-190 in Round 2.
Hsu gave her country a first double after Wang Ya-Ting won the Macau leg last month. The champion had a good start with a 231-204 victory over Filomena Choi of Macau in the opening round. The runner-up then beat Chi Yun-Fan, 224-200 in the second round and Wang Ting-Wen, 197-180 in the other semi-final.
Both the champions picked up the top prize of US$1,000 while the first runner-ups took home US$500 each. All the four losing semi-finalists earned with US$250 a piece.
The inaugural leg featured fourteen men from Chinese Taipei against two Hong Kong nationals. There were thirteen women from Chinese Taipei competiting against one women from Hong Kong and two from Macau.