Turkey began to take control of the game early in the first quarter, scoring the final 12 points of the period as part of an 18-0 run that featured big three pointers from Saziye Ivegin, Bahar Calgar, and Isil Alben.
By the time it was over Turkey were up 32-13 and there seemed little way back for China.
They did at least try, making it to 36-25 on Nan Chen's jump-shot but they could not get any closer as Turkey began to pull away again.
Their lead reached the 20 mark, 65-45, early in the fourth quarter and the win was secure.
Nevriye Yilmaz led Turkey with 16 points and eight rebounds, while Esmeral Tuncluer had 12.
Alben and Caglar added 11 each and Kuanitra Hollingsvorth had 10 points and 11 rebounds before fouling out.
Chen led China with 19 points.