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Yong–Quan Xiang (永全片) is a cluster of Xiang dialects spoken in Guilin and southern Hunan that do not fit into the traditional New Xiang–Old Xiang dichotomy. They are geographically adjacent to the Old Xiang dialects that they were traditionally grouped with.
A representative dialect is Qiyang.
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