Karachi Former world hockey power India and the fast emerging Peoples Republic of China have qualified for the womens world hockey cup which will be played in Rosario Argentina in 2010 after the two teams qualified for the final of the womens Asia cup now in its final stages at Bangkok Thailand. Pakistan the biggest hockey power since 1947 is not featuring in the womens Asia cup. According to information available here Saturday India stunned supremely fit three time finalists South Korea 3-2 in the first semi final of the womens Asia Cup and in the other semi final China defeated defending champion Japan 1-0. The final between China and India will be played on Sunday. Asia has been given three places in womens world cup. Two have already been filled by India and China and the third will go to an Asian team through one of the world cup qualifiers. China and India on Sunday in the final of the seventh Asia Cup in Bangkok, Thailand. In the semi final India produced a quality show this evening taking a 3-0 lead midway in the second half after leading 1-0 at half-time. The Indian defenders gave no room to the surging Koreans, but scored three splendid goals. The first by Jasjeet Handa came in the eighth minutes from a perfectly executed penalty corner. Shortly after the break, Jasjeet produced another gem of a goal from the top of the circle and Rani Rampal unleashed a super reverse flick for the third goal. The Koreans, not the ones to take defeat easily, fought tooth and nail. While India defended well in the penalty corners with goal-keeper Dipika Murty making splendid saves, supported well by Binita Toppo and Subdhadra Pradhan. But the Koreans came back in waves and exerted enormous pressure. Eun Sil Kim scored from a penalty corner and within a minute came the second goal from Mihyun Park five minutes before the final whistle. Koreas last two penalty corners surfaced after the regulation time but the Indian goal-keeper Murthy managed to stave off the attempts. China eliminated the defending champion, Japan, and ensured a berth in the next years World Cup. The 1-0 victory in the semi-final of the Asia Cup was reduced to a classic duel between the Chinese forwards and Japans goal-keeper, Yuka Yoshikawa. It was Yukas outstanding show under the bar that prevented China running away with a big win. The lone goal in the match came in the 27th minute. Fu Rong dribbled delectably to the rival zone and parted with the ball inches into the circle. And Zhao Yu provided the finishing touches with a thundering shot leaving Yuka somewhat bewildered by the angle and power. That was the only defining moment for China. Thereafter, Yuka stood like solid bastion, saving every attemptthere were no less than half a dozen hitsto keep the margin at the same level. China had six penalty corners against the nil by Japan.