Ciangciw-oe (漳州話 Zhangzhou dialect) si Ciangciw laang ee bwguo, maxsi Banlamguo Høxlør-oe extea ee cidky gwgieen.
- Source of the southern accents of Taigie, esp. Gilaan and Taitiofng
- In the early 20th century, Ciangciw-speaking Hoklo people were dominant in the south and perhaps the central plains as well (Davidson 1903).
- A number of pronunciation and lexical differences exist between the Taiwanese variants.
- Ciangciw-oe is the source of the western terms Amoy ([e˨˩mui˧˥]) and Quemoy ([kim˧˧mui˧˥]).
- Another distinguishing feature of the coastal speech (esp. Gilaan) is the use of the vowel "vui" in place of "ng": png, pvui 🔊
- Modern Literal Taiwanese spelling follows the Ciangciw tone sandhi