How to Win the Hongkong Prize

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The Hongkong Prize is an internationally renowned writing competition that recognizes writers specializing in Asian culture and history. Each year, thousands of writers compete for this coveted contest that offers cash prizes as well as an awards ceremony to display their work at. Although competition for this prize can be intense, if writing is your passion and you put in the time it can still be worth your while if read rules carefully for optimal results!

The BOCHK Science and Technology Innovation Prize is an independent merit-based award that recognises scientists who have made discoveries with significant societal impacts. This prize encourages young people to follow their passions while broadening their global perspectives, while simultaneously promoting Hong Kong as an international hub for research and technology. Individuals or teams from four fields – artificial intelligence/robotics; life sciences/health research; new materials energy production/advanced manufacturing/fintech; are recognized.

HK Prize is one of Hong Kong’s premier high school contests, awarding academic excellence and extracurricular participation with cash prizes and an opportunity to conduct scientific research at some of Hong Kong’s premier facilities. Winners also get to travel overseas and gain international exposure; all evaluated fairly by an independent panel of experts who judge this contest.

Hongkong prize winners receive not only a monetary award, but also access to some of Hong Kong’s premier research facilities for six months. Attend seminars and research internships at universities and laboratories throughout Hong Kong while working alongside cutting-edge scientists – many who have gone on to receive Nobel prizes themselves! They can also attend workshops and meet industry leaders.

The Hongkong Prize was created in 2016 to recognize those making a positive difference in their field or life, whether through activism or providing shelter to homeless adults. Previous recipients have included activists fighting for democracy in their home countries as well as non-profit organisations providing shelter to these individuals. Its symbol – a pearl and jade amulet – represents how humans can triumph despite even extreme circumstances.

China-set bullying drama Better Days was honored at the delayed Hong Kong Film Awards with director Derek Tsang being named best director and actors Zhou Dongyu and Jackson Yee being recognized with best actor/actress honors at Sunday evening’s awards show at Wan Chai’s iPic Theater.