Sixth seed Tzu Wei Wang reached the second round of the Macau Open when he got past Hong Kong's Lee Cheuk Yiu on Tuesday.
Tzu of Chinese Taipei needed just 40 minutes to beat Lee 22-20, 21-14 to set up a second round clash against Indonesia's Henrikho Kho Wibowo.
Due to first round bye's most of the top seeds are due to play on the second round from Wednesday onwards.
In more men's first round results, there was an upset when unseeded Chun-Wei Chen of Chinese Taipei got past India's seventh seed HS Prannoy when he was forced to retire injured after four minutes while 6-2 behind during the first game.
Malaysia's Liew Daren needed 55 minutes to battle past Lee Chak Wai of Hong Kong 25-23, 19-21, 21-15 while England's Toby Penty got past Fikri Ihsandi Hadmadi of Indonesia 21-16 21-15.
Lin Yu Hsien of Chinese Taipei hammered Macau's Vong Kok Weng 21-6, 21-8 and Lin Chia Hsuan of Chinese Taipei crushed Portugal's Rui Mendes 21-6, 21-9.
India's Sai Praneeth was too strong for local player Lam Hou Him, winning 21-3, 21-8 and Chong Wei Feng of Malaysia downed Evert Sukamta of Indonesia 21-17, 21-12 in just 40 minutes.