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If ‘The Wizard Of Oz’ Were Set In China…

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We all know that L Frank Baum’s children’s novel The Wonderful Wizard of Oz started out in Kansas.

US-based illustrator Billy Nunez imagined what the story would look like if it were set in a different place, and transported it to China.

In his illustrated version, ‘The Wizard of Oz in China’, Dorothy is a little Chinese girl, Lion is a tiger, Tin Man is a samurai, and Scarecrow is still a scarecrow but looks somewhat different—and as the storyline goes, they seek the same things as the original characters.

What do you think of his interpretation?













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[via Billy Nunez]
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