Puncar directly deals with “the last mile” issue, sending personnel, connections and resources to needed remote areas. It is hoped to increase public awareness to digital divide and related issues. It also aims to bridge digital divide not only by channeling urban resources into country, but also by exporting existing economic values in the villages. In less than two years, members of the project have trotted 150 places and covered more than 50,000km in this island. It has also grown to manage a fleet of 4 vans, 4 full-time employees and 30 volunteers across different regions. Grants from the “Research, Development and Evaluation Commission”, which is the major department responsible for laying out nation-wide digital policies, is the main source of our finance. Microsoft Taiwan, BenQ Foundation, MSI Computers and Chunghwa Telecom are among those enterprises which have kindly donated facilities and computers to the project. Tainan County and Taoyuan County government have been supportive in opening up public facilities for the project. The global United Way organization has also cooperate with Puncar to train their staff and volunteers. Puncar is awarded Honorary Mentions in ARS Electronica Prix 2010 in category of Digital Communities.