The Hongkong Prize is a non-governmental science award that recognizes scientific excellence. Selected on merit by an esteemed selection panel consisting of scientists from different fields, its aim is to promote Hong Kong as an international scientific hub and foster worldwide exchanges in science. The winner will receive both a monetary prize as well as being honored during an awards ceremony.
Have You Conducted Research Project and Want To Submit It for Consideration? Applicants who have successfully completed a research project, and want it submitted for consideration should complete and submit an online application form before its deadline. Applicants should include in their applications information about their background work, research plan and potential impact on society as well as references and contact details that support their application.
In 1996, friends and students of Dr. John D. Young created the LUI Che Woo Prize as an award to recognize postgraduate student research monographs on Hong Kong history. Sponsored by LUI Che Woo Prize Limited – a Hong Kong company limited by guarantee – it must be claimed by its original author(s). The Prize cannot be transferred without its first author submitting proof.
Each year, RTHK hosts its own music awards ceremony as one of four major media channels in Hong Kong. At this prestigious awards event are given out Golden Songs awards to recognize the top ten songs featured in RTHK Radio 2 Countdown weekly chart; winners are determined by adding up points earned across all four radio stations.
The Hongkong Prize Scholarship Contest offers college students an invaluable opportunity to showcase their skills and gain an edge in the job market. Each year this highly anticipated competition draws thousands of entrants; winners are honored at an award ceremony with shopping vouchers and F&B benefits as rewards, as well as receiving substantial prize money awards.
BOCHK Science and Technology Innovation Prize is an esteemed honor bestowed upon those demonstrating excellence in science and technology innovation in Hong Kong. Established by Bank of China (Hong Kong), this merit-based award seeks to recognize outstanding individuals and groups in this field. Divided into seven different categories, first prize is worth five million HK dollars while second is three million; third and fourth prizes receive 1.5 and 1.6 millions, respectively.
The Hong Kong Academy of Medicine will announce the 2021 HKAM Best Article Prize on Global Hong Kong Studies in April. Fellows who wish to submit an article highlighting clinical practice or research related to Hong Kong Studies are welcome to submit articles covering any topic and discipline within Hong Kong Studies; submissions can include clinical studies, observational/epidemiological studies or basic science investigations that focus on Hong Kong or Asia – letters to editors or reviews do not qualify for consideration as they do not fall within its rules and regulations; please take care in reading before beginning this process of submission!