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China Girl is the tetartagonist from the 2013 Disney film Oz: The Great and Powerful. She is a doll from the village of China Town, where everything, including the inhabitants, is made of china. Eventually, she encounters Oscar Diggs, where they strike up an unlikely friendship.
She is voiced by Joey King.
The China Girl was in her house in China Town when Evanora's Winged Baboons invaded and wrecked the town, shattering most of the people. With her legs broken apart, thus losing her ability to walk, she hid in the wreckage of her house, terrified.
When Oz and Finley arrived, the China Girl was afraid of them and hid from them. When Oz offered his help by fixing her legs with glue, allowing her to walk again, the China Girl was grateful. Oz and Finley began to leave to find the Wicked Witch, but the China Girl asked to go with them. Oz initially refused, and told her to go back to the Emerald City, but the China Girl persisted with an emotional behavior and finally convinced Oz to let her join.
They traveled through the Dark Forest, where they met Glinda. Glinda took them to her castle, where, after being confronted by Theodora, Oz soon lost confidence of being able to defeat the witches. But the China Girl asked him to tuck her in at night. While he was doing so, she asked if he could grant wishes like the previous wizard. He assured her that he was not that kind of wizard, but that he aspired to be a wizard like Thomas Edison -- a technical wizard. Nevertheless, the China Girl said she believed him to be that kind of wizard, which inspired him.
Once Oz had fended off the Wicked Witches in the climax, he warmly invited the China Girl into their family at the Emerald City, and she happily declared that it was the perfect gift.
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