|Native to||Southern China, United States (mainly California)|
|Region||eastern Fujian; Fuzhou; Yong'an, Sanming|
|3.1 million (2000 census)|
Min Zhong (pink)
Central Min, or Min Zhong (simplified Chinese: 闽中; traditional Chinese: 閩中; pinyin: Mǐnzhōng), is a part of the Min group of varieties of Chinese. It is spoken around Yong'an, Sanming and Sha located in the central mountain areas of Fujian. The total population of approximately 3 million native speakers, is the fourth most common subgroup of Min.
- Norman, Jerry (1974), "The initials of Proto-Min", Journal of Chinese Linguistics, 2 (1): 27–36, JSTOR 23749809.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles> (includes a description of the phonology of the Yong'an dialect)