HK Prize is an exciting and lucrative writing competition that recognizes authors for their works. While the competition can be intensely challenging, winning one could help authors build their reputation and increase cultural awareness of Hong Kong. Before entering, it is essential that contestants read all rules thoroughly as those making the top ten finalist list will receive not only financial prizes but also shopping vouchers and F&B perks at awards ceremonies held throughout Hong Kong.
The Hong Kong Science and Technology Innovation Prize is a non-governmental merit-based prize supported by Bank of China (Hong Kong) Limited that strives to advance scientific research in Hong Kong by encouraging young researchers to specialize in this area of science and technology. Awarded annually across four categories (artificial intelligence/robotics, life/health issues, new materials/energy usage, advanced manufacturing) it strives to advance Hong Kong as a center of innovation.
Hong Kong has experienced difficult years, yet its spirit of resilience and compassion remains undimmed, according to this year’s winners of HK Prize. They include brain cancer survivor who created an agency for helping those struggling with mental health, student who designed app for elderly dementia sufferers, founder of charity that addresses food waste as well as seven winners such as journalist who documented police clashing with protestors; photographer who captured panoramic views of boulevards filled with demonstrators as well as Reuters correspondent who witnessed tortured detainees; journalist who covered chaotic scene as police clashed protesters; journalist who covered chaos as police battled protesters; student who designed app designed app specifically for elderly dementia sufferers; founder of charity that addresses food waste issues as well as journalists who filmed chaotic scene during police battled protesters as police; journalist who documented scenes when protesters clashed; student who designed app specifically to aid dementia sufferers; as well as seven more winners this year: brain cancer survivor, student who designed app designed app especially designed app designed especially for elderly dementia sufferers as well as journalists filming police battled protesters; photographer captured sweeping views while protesters battled police battled protesters while journalist who captured chaotic scene as police battled protesters as well as staying with detainees while they endured tortured them while staying with detainees during police battled protesters as well.
This year’s Hong Kong Prize nominees were truly remarkable and its editorial team at South China Morning Post selected the winning nominees by voting. Finalists included individuals in categories including community, culture, innovation, leadership, sustainability and youth. According to Hong Kong City Leader Chow Hong-yan’s statement: the winners exemplified Hong Kong spirit even during “the most challenging times,” acting as honorable ambassadors of their city.
The Hong Kong Film Award (HKFA), is one of the oldest and most renowned cinematic prizes in Hong Kong’s cinematic history. Each year the jury, independent from sponsorship or any ad-hoc committees, selects winners in January-March each year for this prestigious prize. The judging panels consist of representatives from 13 professional film bodies. For each category there is both a preliminary judging panel and final judging panel to ensure consistency of standards across categories. Hong Kong films meet two out of the three criteria required for classification as Hong Kong films: both the director and six of its members must reside in Hong Kong, with judges adjudicating and awarding winners in April each year.