Pyang Zhuang
Fuping Zhuang
Native toChina
RegionDebao County and parts of Jingxi County, Guangxi
Language codes
ISO 639-3None (mis)

Pyang Zhuang, or Fuping Zhuang (Chinese: 扶平语), is an underdescribed Central Tai language spoken in southwestern Guangxi, China. It appears to be most closely related to Nong Zhuang.[1]

The Pyang refer to themselves as pjaːŋB2 or tʰoːC1-A,[2] but are referred to as ˀjujC1 by the surrounding Yang Zhuang people (Liao 2016:315).


Pyang Zhuang is spoken in the following locations of Guangxi, China (Liao 2016:315-316).


Pyang Zhuang may be closely related to the Nong Zhuang language of Yunnan. Innovations shared between Pyang Zhuang and Nong Zhuang include the following (Liao 2016:316).


  1. ^ Pyang Zhuang (Fuping) Archived 2014-02-23 at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ See Proto-Tai_language#Tones for an explanation of the tone codes.
  3. ^ (Pittayaporn 2009:143); *xr- in Li (1977:233)