hk prize

The Hong Kong Prize is an international scholarship programme that recognizes high school students for their academic accomplishments, extracurricular involvement and talents. It encourages them to follow their passions while expanding their global perspective. Winners will receive both a monetary prize as well as the chance to visit Hong Kong’s premier research facilities.

The Hong Kong Prize competition is open to secondary school students enrolled at any public or private school in Hong Kong. They must be nominated by their teachers; teachers can nominate up to 10 students for consideration by a panel of judges; the shortlisted student with the most votes from the public will win the Public Vote Prize and receive HK$4,000; their school will also receive an award of HK$10k as compensation.

Brain cancer survivor who runs an NGO to assist young people with mental health problems, Zambian volunteer who supports charities and teenage designer of an app for elderly dementia patients are among this year’s eight Spirit of Hong Kong Award winners who were honored at an awards ceremony on Friday evening.

US politicians have nominated five of Hong Kong’s leading democracy advocates for the Nobel Peace Prize, including Joshua Wong, media mogul Jimmy Lai, Tiananmen vigil organiser Chow Hang-tung, former journalist Gwyneth Ho and lawmaker Lee Cheuk-yan. Their nominations come amid growing fears that Beijing might take steps to silence critics in Hong Kong.

The BOCHK Science and Technology Innovation Prize is an independent merit-based award funded by Bank of China (Hong Kong) Limited that acknowledges scientific accomplishments both locally and worldwide. These prizes aim to encourage young scientists in research areas such as artificial intelligence/robotics/life/health sciences/energy/advanced manufacturing/FinTech etc.

For consideration for the Hong Kong Prize, applicants must possess an eligible research article that either describes a clinical study, observational/epidemiological investigation or basic science investigation. Furthermore, their paper must have been first-authored and published within 10 years in a peer-reviewed journal.

This contest provides writers who specialize in Asian culture and history the chance to get recognized for their work. Finalists receive both monetary prizes as well as shopping vouchers and other perks, making this opportunity well worth exploring for anyone passionate about writing. Before submitting an entry it’s essential that all relevant rules are thoroughly read to avoid any problems in the judging process – however winning may not come easily for everyone, though dedication could prove rewarding! Good luck and wish us all success in winning this prize!