What is the Hongkong Prize?

The hongkong prize is a writing contest that recognizes writers who specialize in Asian culture and history. The competition offers monetary prizes and opportunities to present at an awards ceremony. It also gives writers exposure to the global literary community. The contest has strict rules and regulations that applicants must read before submitting their work. However, it is worth the time and effort to win one of these prestigious prizes.

The prize was established to celebrate people who make positive impacts in society, and it encourages others to contribute towards building harmonious societies. Previous winners have included social justice activists fighting for democracy in their home countries, as well as nonprofit organisations providing shelter to homeless adults. The HK Prize is a reminder that we must respect and acknowledge our diversity, while celebrating humanity’s many contributions to the world.

A cash prize of HK$50,000 is awarded to support artists’ creative works, projects and further studies. The selection for this award takes place through a peer review process, free from sponsorship and external influences. In addition, the HK$25,000 award is given to a school to promote arts development in Hong Kong. This year, Tsui Su-chi won the award for her signature style and contribution to the local art scene.

The hongkong prize recognizes individuals who make contributions to global civilisation and promote understanding among people from different cultures and backgrounds. The prize was created to inspire a sense of common ground between different people, and it seeks to recognise individuals who can bridge cultural and ideological divides. Past recipients have included a brain cancer survivor who runs an NGO to assist students with mental health issues, and a Zambian volunteer who works at local charities.

The hongkong prize is an independent merit-based award that recognizes scientists who have published scientific articles with societal impact. The prize is open to both individuals and teams, and the research may be in the form of clinical trials, observational/epidemiological analyses or meta-analyses. The judging is carried out by an independent expert panel. The winner will be honoured with a monetary prize and a trophy, and will receive an invitation to Hong Kong for the award ceremony.