Holland strolled to a comfortable 2-0 win against 10-man China in their second of two Far East friendlies.
Captain Robin van Persie's early penalty and a delicious second goal by his predecessor Wesley Sneijder were enough for the Dutch to follow up their win over Indonesia with another.
China were unsurprisingly outplayed by the world's fifth-ranked team but did not disgrace themselves, particularly as they played almost 80 minutes a man down following Qin Sheng's dismissal.
Holland's players had their names written in Chinese on their shirts as the KNVB embraced the occasion in Beijing.
But the team were in no mood for charity and, after Zheng Zhi headed over for China, the visitors took the lead in the 11th minute.
Jeremain Lens cut the ball back to Arjen Robben, who was taken down in the penalty area by Zhang Linpeng and Van Persie powerfully converted the spot-kick, sending goalkeeper Zeng Cheng the wrong way.
Things quickly went from bad to worse for Chin...