Shao-Jiang Min

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Shao-Jiang
邵將 / 邵将
Native to Southern China
Region eastern Nanping Prefecture, Fujian
Native speakers
(no estimate available)
Language codes
ISO 639-3 None (mis)
Linguist list
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Shao–Jiang or Shaojiang Min (simplified Chinese: 邵将; traditional Chinese: 邵將; pinyin: Shàojiāng) is a collection of mutually intelligible dialects of Min Chinese centered on eastern Nanping in northwestern Fujian, specifically in the Nanping counties of Guangze, Shaowu, and eastern Shunchang and the northern Sanming county of Jiangle. It is frequently classified as a dialect of Min Bei (northern Min), but is not mutually intelligible.

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