|Minister of Culture of the Republic of China|
|Assumed office |
20 May 2016
|Deputy||Yang Tzu-pao, Ting Hsiao-ching|
Hsiao Tsung-huang, Ting Hsiao-ching
|Preceded by||Hung Meng-chi|
|Member of the Legislative Yuan|
1 February 2012 – 19 May 2016
|Minister of the National Youth Commission of the Republic of China|
20 May 2004 – 21 February 2008
|Preceded by||Lin Fang-mei|
|Succeeded by||Chen Cong-sheng (acting)|
|Born||19 June 1969|
|Nationality||Republic of China|
|Political party||Democratic Progressive Party|
|Alma mater||National Taiwan University|
Paris West University Nanterre La Défense
Cheng is Hoklo Taiwanese, her ancestor came directly from Southeastern Fujian, Mainland China. Cheng obtained her bachelor's degree in philosophy from National Taiwan University in 1992 and master's degree in philosophy, politics, economics and sociology from Paris West University Nanterre La Défense in France.
Ministry of Culture
In April 2017, Cheng proposed a five-year infrastructure development program targeting Taiwanese historical sites to the Education and Culture Committee of the Legislative Yuan. The plan set aside NT$5.66 billion for maintenance of historic sites and NT$15.8 billion for digital infrastructure construction.
- "More Cabinet lineup announced".
- "Additional future Cabinet members announced by DPP".
- "Executive Yuan, R.O.C. (Taiwan)".
- Lin, Sean (28 April 2017). "Minister proposes historic sites and media projects". Taipei Times. Retrieved 28 April 2017.
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