The Hongkong Prize

Hongkong Prize is one of Asia’s premier prizes, drawing thousands of applicants every year. Winners receive both cash awards and access to Hong Kong’s premier research facilities. Before applying, applicants should carefully read through all rules so as to avoid making mistakes that might lead to litigation.

This award recognizes individuals who have done extraordinary things in their lives. Recent recipients have included a man using technology to aid homeless individuals, as well as an artist reinterpreting human rights into fine art concepts. It serves as an outstanding tribute to all of those who have made an impactful difference and encourage others to do the same.

As well as receiving a monetary prize, winners may also be invited to seminars or research internships at universities and laboratories in Hong Kong. These experiences offer them the chance to collaborate with scientists from around the globe while learning about cutting-edge scientific research conducted here – sure to create memorable memories!

This year’s finalists included an NGO that shelters homeless adults, and a professor known for developing liquid biopsy, which detects cancer faster than traditional tests. Other finalists include an 18-year-old who wants to give women confidence to stand up for themselves, as well as an establishment providing daily free meals. A jury composed of representatives from government, academia, and business sectors will select winners; those interested can submit an online application.

Given recent events, the newspaper society of Hong Kong has decided to broaden the scope of their annual competition in an attempt to encourage more people to write about Hong Kong history. Their goals will still adhere to those outlined by original competition’s goals: recruiting volumes into Royal Asiatic Society series on Hong Kong Studies as well as promote scholarship on this topic while raising awareness about its significance as part of global history.

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