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|Native to||People's Republic of China|
|Region||Wuxi, Jiangsu province|
|2–4 million (date missing)|
It has many similarities with the Shanghainese and Suzhou dialect. It is mutually intelligible with the Changzhou dialect to which it is most closely related. It is not at all mutually intelligible with Mandarin, China's official language.
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