Two goals from Zheng Wenfa, a penalty from captain Li Xiaoqiang and a goal for Wang Yafeng were enough to earn China a convincing win over their opponents, who were making their Paralympic debut.
'It was our first match of the tournament and we think our opponents, Turkey, were quite strong,' said Zheng. 'We wanted to deliver a very good game and because our opponents were very strong we knew we had to play well.'
Pool B's other match was a clash between footballing heavyweights France and Brazil, but neither side was able to break the deadlock as the encounter ended 0-0.
Defending Paralympic champions Brazil had to produce a strong defensive display to hold off the threat of their opponents, for whom captain Frederic Villeroux was a key figure.
Silvio Velo will be enjoying the adulation of his team-mates after firing Argentina to a 2-0 victory over Iran in their opening Pool A match.
After the first half ended goalless, the 41-year-old showed his class after the break to score a dream double and send his team to the top of the group.
'Those two goals were very important,' he said. 'They won us the match so obviously I am really happy.
'Yes we are in a great position and we are really happy with that, but there is still a long way to go. It's great to start well and really important to win and gain confidence, but we know there is a lot more work to be done before we get to the final.'
In the day’s final match, Great Britain earned themselves a 1-1 draw with Spain.
After seeing Spain's Antonio Martin Gaitan convert a 20th-minute penalty, David Clarke levelled the scores two minutes later.