Asia-Pacific Economic Corporation (APEC) is one of high-level international organizations that our country has full membership in. The goal of this project “Satellite Application on Knowledge-based Economy” (SAKE) is to assist member economies of APEC to develop new economy that is based on the knowledge of satellite applications. In the mean time, we may build up channels for science and technology exchange with other member economies, and enhance our image and influence in APEC. Both this and the earlier project “Ocean Models and Information System for the APEC Region” (OMISAR) were sponsored jointly by APEC and Environmental Protection Administration, for promoting the balance between the conservation of marine resources and the economic development. In OMISAR project, we helped neighboring countries to build small satellite ground stations and in return, we received the satellite data of southern South China Sea that was not available to anywhere else. Now, we jointly built the capacity on satellite application to marine resources conservation, by providing Fromosat-2 satellite images to foreign participants, co-organizing training workshops in HoChiMinh City of Vietnam, in Jakarta and Lombok of Indonesia, in Bolinao of the Philippines, and in National Central University. In addition to completing SAKE-2007 Evaluation Report, SAKE-2008 Progress Report, SAKE-2008 Evaluation Report that are requested by APEC, presenting new proposal to APEC Marine Resource Conservation Working Group. The result of this project were presented in the Symposium of World Ocean Conference in Manado, Indonesia, May 12-14. We also assisted the Capacity Building Program on Satellite Theory and Application in the Center of Space and Remote Sensing Research in National Central University (Sept. 7-15, 2009). Participants of the 3 workshops and 6 training programs since 2006, have used these images to monitor the number of fish cages near Bolinao, to study the marine ecosystem of Meikong River, and to survey the benthic types near coral islands in Indonesia. Their experience shall be useful on the conservation of our marine environment and marine resources. Under co-sponsorship of NTU, NARL/TORI and CGA, we organized the First Submarine Cable Workshop of PACSWIN Project under UN/CLIVAR program in NTU, in September 9-11, 2009.