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|Native speakers||200,000 (1991)|
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Maojia hua (猫家话 'ethnic Hmong speech') is a mixed variety of Chinese language spoken by about 200,000 people of Au Ka (Aoka 奥卡) Miao ethnicity in Chengbu Miao Autonomous County in the southwest of Hunan, and in Ziyun, Longsheng County, Guangxi.
- Ming studies, 34–35:55, University of Minnesota, 1995
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