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These are characters from Disney's Lilo & Stitch franchise who made their debut in the Chinese animated series, Stitch & Ai. All of these characters are exclusive to this particular show.


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    Wang Ai Ling
Voiced by: Erica Mendez (English), Jiang Sunwei (Mandarin Chinese)

A young Chinese girl who lives in the Huangshan mountains with her older sister and is Stitch's newest best friend.

    Wang Jiejie
Voiced by: Laura Post (English), Li Yan (Mandarin Chinese)

Ai's older sister who works at a tea shop.

    Wang Daiyu 
Voiced by: Laura Post (English), Yan Li Xuan (Mandarin Chinese)

Ai and Jiejie's aunt who wants Ai to move out of the mountains and into the city, and she'll try anything to get her young niece to do so.

  • Neat Freak: She believes the mountains to be infested with germs and sprays sanitizer all over Mr. Ding's tea shop.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: Subverted. She believes herself to be this for Ai, as she believes that moving her niece to the city would be best for her personal development, much like how Cobra in the original film was doing what he believed was in Lilo's best interest. However, unlike Cobra, Daiyu does not care how much Ai loves living in the mountains, is not all that willing to give Jiejie a chance to show that she can take care of her sister, and is determined to get Ai to move out of the mountains into the city.

Voiced by: Cherami Leigh (English), Xanthe Huynh (English; in episode 7 "Dragon Parade"), TBA (Mandarin Chinese)

Ai's rival.

    Qian Dahu
Voiced by: Lucien Dodge (English), TBA (Mandarin Chinese)

Jiejie's boyfriend, as well as Ai's drum instructor.

  • Composite Character: He's basically a Chinese combination of David Kawena (being a young, attractive guy who is the boyfriend of the deuteragonist/human protagonist's older sister) and Moses Puloki (being the deuteragonist/human protagonist's teacher of a traditional practice in their local region, with Chinese drums taking the place of hula).

    Mr. Ding 
Voiced by: Richard Epcar (English), TBA (Mandarin Chinese)

Jiejie's employer who runs a tea shop.



    The Jaboodies 
A faction of space criminals who also want to use Stitch for their evil deeds. They are at war with the Woolagongs and were the ones who initially captured Stitch.

    The Woolagongs 
Another faction of space criminals who want to use Stitch for their nefarious purposes. They are at war with the Jaboodies and were the ones who accidentally broke Stitch out.
  • Nice Job Fixing It, Villain!: When they attempted to steal the captive Stitch from the Jaboodies, they ended up freeing him. This enabled him to fight back against both factions and escape back to Earth, kickstarting the show.

A teal-furred alien introduced in episode 12 who spawns from a strange cube after Stitch wishes for a brother. The alien was sent by the Jaboodies to trigger Stitch's metamorphosis code in order to use his giant destruction form against the Woolagongs.
  • The Corrupter: He is deliberately manipulating Stitch in order to trick him into triggering his metamorphosis code that unleashes his giant destructive form and succeeds in doing so.
  • Evil Counterpart: To Stitch in the same vein as Experiment 627 in Lilo & Stitch: The Series and the Stitch! anime, and Leroy in Leroy & Stitch.
  • Evil Doppelgänger: Sort of as he looks like a radicalized version of Stitch. This isn't his true form, however.
  • Meaningful Name: His name is an opposite of Stitch's. Whereas a "stitch" brings things together, a "scratch" tears things apart.
  • Shapeshifting: He is not a genetic experiment; he is a morph creature who can change his appearance at will.


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