Hongkong Prize is an award that recognizes people who have achieved great things and made an indelible mark on society. Each year it attracts thousands of applicants and stands as one of Asia’s premier prizes; winners receive cash awards and access to Hong Kong’s premier research facilities; notable finalists have risked their lives for their work by starting organizations that provide shelter to homeless adults or creating liquid biopsy.
To enter Hongkong Prize competition, students must write an essay about any topic relating to Hong Kong that draws upon original research and makes an impactful statement about society at large. A panel of judges will select their winning entry based on their writing abilities as well as knowledge of Hong Kong history and culture. Though highly competitive, entering is worth your while if you have both talent and dedication.
Students looking to win Hongkong prizes must first be nominated by their teachers in order to participate. Once nominated, students will submit their artwork online by the submission deadline. A panel of judges will review and score entries submitted; those judged most deserving will receive both an individual judge’s prize of HK$8,000 as well as their school receiving a grant of HK$20k.
Hongkong Prize recipients are announced annually at an awards ceremony held in Hong Kong, and presented with both a monetary award and plaque as commemorations for their achievement. Applications come from around the world and competition can be fierce – yet with talent and hard work you may just make it!
Colours of Humanity Arts Prize 2023 invites artists to interpret global change from various angles: socially, culturally and technologically.
At this event, renowned scientists and experts will present lectures ranging from climate change to human rights issues. Attendance at this free-to-attend event at Goethe-Gallery & Black Box Studio in Hong Kong is encouraged.
Starting March 1st, travelers looking to travel to Hong Kong can visit the World of Winners splash page to enter a lottery to win one or more flight tickets – these prizes will be distributed among people living in Southeast Asia, mainland China and other locations globally.
The Hong Kong Prize is an award that honors exceptional writers from Hong Kong and Asia as a whole. Open to anyone who specializes in Asian culture or history, and young directors creating local themed projects with individual styles. However, prior to entering any submission it’s essential that carefully read through its rules and regulations as this increases chances of success.