Cai Gao (1788–1818), also known as Tsae A-ko and by , was the first Protestant convert in mainland China. He has also been called the first Western-style type-cutter and letterpress printer.

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  • Cai Gao (1788–1818), also known as Tsae A-ko and by , was the first Protestant convert in mainland China. He has also been called the first Western-style type-cutter and letterpress printer. (en)
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  • Cai Gao (1788–1818), also known as Tsae A-ko and by , was the first Protestant convert in mainland China. He has also been called the first Western-style type-cutter and letterpress printer. (en)
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