Minister of Culture Wu Cai of China

During the Cultural Revolution, Cai was forced to leave his home in the Wudu region of Gansu.
In October 1976, Cai was transferred to the Gansu coal authority, and became the body's political affairs cadre.
In 1983, Cai joined the Communist Youth League of China, and served as the head minister of the League's Central Ministry of International Communication, before rising to become a member of the League's Central Standing Committee, and the person in charge of national youth outreach.
peoples respectively, Cai said at the Sino-British Media Forum.
country's history, culture and development.
Cai is heading a Chinese media delegation on a weeklong visit to Australia.
cn]Addressing the National Press Club of Australia in Canberra on Wednesday, Cai said that China's peaceful development should be interpreted as an attempt to accelerate growth in a peaceful international environment while simultaneously promoting world peace and prosperity through its own development.
Cai said Sino-Australia cooperation and friendship is bound by history for the good of mutual prosperity and peace in the Asian-Pacific region.
Wu Wei Cai is a Singaporean author who is currently based in China and who writes regularly in the newspapers including Lianhe Zaobao.
Cai said Taiwan\'s decree on Taiwan-China ties has a clause stating that Taipei can shelter Chinese pro-democracy activists on a case-by- case basis.
Cai said Taipei refuses to give the five dissidents asylum for fear of hurting ties with China, which have improved since President Ma took office on May 20.