Tsai Ping-kun

Taiwanese politician (born 1959)

Tsai Ping-kun (蔡炳坤; Cài Bǐngkūn, born 1959) is a politician in Taiwan (Republic of China). He is currently the Deputy Mayor of Taipei since 26 March 2019.

Freedom, diversity and openness are the main features that make Taipei attractive to visitors.


  • If the two universities (National Hsinchu University of Education and National Tsing Hua University) did not merge, then Hsinchu University, the smaller one, would have been forced to close due to the reduction in enrollments. The merger also allowed Tsing Hua University to gain an education-specific college, which it did not previously have, making it a top choice university for teaching students.
  • Once our borders open for tourists (after COVID-19 lockdown), we need to have sufficient facilities for Muslim tourists. Even though we do not have many Muslim friends here (in Taipei) at the moment, we are committed to building a foundation.
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