Jaclyn Tsai

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Jaclyn Tsai
Tsai Yu-ling
蔡玉玲
2015 DAF Taipei Jaclyn Tsai.jpg
Jaclyn Tsai at the 2015 Digital Art Festival Taipei
Minister without Portfolio, Executive Yuan / Minister of the Mongolian and Tibetan Affairs Commission
In office
November 2013[1] – 20 May 2016
Preceded byLuo Ying-shay
Chen Ming-jen (acting)
Succeeded byLin Mei-chu[2]
Personal details
Born22 August 1955 (1955-08-22) (age 63)
Taiwan
NationalityRepublic of China
Spouse(s)Lee Chung-teh
Alma materNational Taiwan University

Jaclyn Tsai or Tsai Yu-ling (Chinese: 蔡玉玲; pinyin: Cài Yùlíng; born 22 August 1955) is a Taiwanese politician. She was the Minister without Portfolio of the Executive Yuan from November 2013-20 May 2016.

Career[edit]

She promoted e-commerce related laws and industrial development, issuing draft Regulations on the Management of Electronic Payment Institutions that were adopted on May 3. The 15 authorization provisions were completed by the Financial Supervisory Commission on May 3, 2015.

Simultaneously, she held the positions of Convener, E-commerce Development Taskforce, Executive Yuan; Convener, Mobile Broadband Service and Industry Development Taskforce, Executive Yuan; Convener, Virtual World Law Adjustment Taskforce, Executive Yuan; Convener, vMaker Taskforce, Executive Yuan; Convener, Golden Pin Design Award Ceremony Organizing Committee; Convener, Chung Hsing New Village Innovation Zone Taskforce; Deputy Convener, Innovation and Startups Taskforce, Executive Yuan; Deputy Convener, National Information and Communications Initiative Committee, Executive Yuan; Member, Open Data Advisory Taskforce, Executive Yuan; Member, Board of Science and Technology, Executive Yuan.

She was a founder of Lee, Tsai and Partners (1998 – 2013), General Counsel of IBM Greater China Group (1996 - 1998), General Counsel of IBM Taiwan (1991 - 1996), Judge of Taipei, Shih-Lin, Taoyuan and Chang hua District Courts (1982 - 1991).

MTAC Ministry[edit]

Tsai inaugurated the "Tibetan Cultural and Artistic Festival Activities" in May 2015 that elevated three running themes, including thangka painting exhibitions, public Buddhist prayer, Sanskrit music performances to showcase Tibetan culture and Taiwanese religious festivals. The activities were highlighted by the Tourism Bureau.

Personal life[edit]

Tsai and her husband possess assets worth NT$ 100 million in Mainland China. Tsai said that all of her assets are legally obtained and she has declared them to the Control Yuan.[3]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Kuomintang News Network". Kmt.org.tw. 2013-10-23. Archived from the original on 2014-10-06. Retrieved 2014-05-30.
  2. ^ http://focustaiwan.tw/news/aipl/201604280024.aspx
  3. ^ "EDITORIAL: Tsai contradicts Ma's 'moral quest'". Taipei Times. 2014-05-23. Retrieved 2014-05-30.