Olympic champion Elaine Thompson posted the fastest time in the world this year to claim victory over 100 metres at the second round of the IAAF Diamond League in Shanghai.
It is the third time for Gong to win the Diamond League Shanghai meeting, following her victories in 2011 and 2015 respectively.
The men's 800m race showcases world record holder and reigning world and Olympic champion David Rudisha.
Germany's Christoph Harting, who bettered his PB to 68.37m when winning Olympic gold past year, will be facing Poland's Olympic silver medallist Piotr Malachowski, who is also the defending world champion and 2016 Diamond Trophy victor, as well as countryman DanielJasinski, who took the Olympic bronze at 67.05m.
Bolt, the greatest sprinter in history with eight Olympic golds, 11 world titles and three world records, will retire from global competition after the world championships in August. A massive statement in a World Championships season.
The Jamaican ran a world leading 12:98 to win at this venue a year ago and he is plotting for another sub-13 seconds clocking at his "favourite meet".
"Since the London World Championships is still months away, I will not think too much about it now and just horn my skills and keep a steady form", said Su.
Tori Bowie of the United States was second, 0.26 seconds back.
The women's 1500m field will be led by Kenya's Olympic gold medalist Faith Kipyegon, who set the meet record of 3:56:82 past year, while the women's 5000m race will feature a clash between Olympic silver medalist Hellen Obiri of Kenya and Ethiopia's world runner-up Senbere Teferi.
"I am pleased with the time". Ukraine's Olha Zemlyak rounded out the top three in 50.89.
In the men's long jump, South Africa's Luvo Manyonga set a Diamond League record of 8.61m. Jeff Henderson led the US finishers in the men's long jump with his sixth-place jump of 8.03.
In the pole vault, Sam Kendricks of the United States - last year's Olympic bronze medallist - exacted some revenge on Rio gold and silver medallists Thiago Braz of Brazil and France's Renaud Lavillenie.
Her countryman and fellow Olympic champion, Omar McLeod, started his season on the right note with a win in the men's 110-meter hurdles, while China's Su Bingtian won the men's 100 against a weakened field missing American star Justin Gatlin, who was a late scratch.
Russia's world champion Sergey Shubenkov, competing under a neutral flag, finished fifth in what was his first worldwide race for a year.
Still troubled by a hip injury, Zhang stopped at 2.24m while teammate Wang Yu went on to clear 2.30m to take the silver.
Her compatriot Hellen Obiri, the Rio 5,000m silver medallist, also excelled as she won in a 2017 world-leading and personal best time of 14:22.47.