The Hongkong Prize Competition offers an exceptional way to gain recognition and money for your work while at the same time win big! Although very competitive, only top applicants will be considered. But applying is worth your while if you have talent and dedication. Before applying, take care to read all rules thoroughly as any mistakes could damage both your reputation or chance of winning big!
The Hong Kong Prize is an elite award that honors people who have accomplished extraordinary things in their lives while contributing to society as a whole. Each year, thousands of applicants vie for this coveted accolade in Asia; winners receive cash prizes and access to some of Hong Kong’s premier research facilities as prizes; additionally it serves as an invaluable networking opportunity with industry leaders and helps lay out strong career foundations.
All those interested in entering this contest must submit an article that draws upon original research and makes an insightful statement about Hong Kong. Writers should possess excellent writing skills as well as possess an in-depth knowledge of its history and culture; judges will consider any evidence that their research brings significant social or economic benefits to society; winners will be honored at an award ceremony with monetary prizes, certificates and trophies for their efforts.
Scientists who wish to enter the hk Prize competition should submit an article by December. Submissions must include clinical research, observational or epidemiological study, basic science research or meta-analysis; review articles or letters will not be considered for consideration for prizes. It’s an incredible way to highlight your work while making an impressionful statement about Hong Kong culture!
At this year’s Hong Kong Prize ceremony, there were some exciting results: Coming-of-age film To My Nineteen-Year-Old Self was named best movie while Detective Vs Sleuths won best TV series – both were announced during an exciting ceremony attended by VIPs from both government and business sectors.
The Hong Kong Student Prize is open to all secondary school students enrolled in Hong Kong. To enter, students must first be nominated by their teachers before submitting artwork online by the submission deadline. A judging panel will score each entry and shortlist 20 artworks for consideration. Artists receiving the highest judges scores will win an Individual Judges Prize of HK$8,000 while their school will also receive a grant of HK$20,000. Shortlisted artworks will also be featured in a public exhibition. Justice Centre Hong Kong, a non-profit organisation dedicated to the protection and inclusion of forced migrants through legal assistance, psychosocial support services, research studies, and community initiatives is proud to host this award for HK Student Prize participants. For more information please visit the HK Student Prize website.