The Hongkong Prize and Spirit of Hong Kong Awards

The hongkong prize is one of the most prestigious awards in asia. It is awarded to authors who show both superior writing skills and an ability to make a real impact on society. The competition is very competitive and has strict rules that must be followed in order to win. To increase your chances of winning, you should study hard and participate in extracurricular activities.

This year’s award ceremony was held on Sunday and saw many exciting wins. The coming-of-age film To My Nineteen Year Old Self won the best film award, while the forensic thriller Detective Vs Sleuths won the best TV series award. Several other films received nominations as well. The hongkong prize is unique in that it allows writers from different countries to compete with each other, which helps celebrate the diversity of Asian culture.

A brain cancer survivor who started an agency to help students with mental health issues, a Zambian volunteer working with local charities to support the needy, and a teen who designed an app for elderly dementia patients were among the winners of this year’s Spirit of Hong Kong Awards. The annual campaign honours Hong Kong’s unsung heroes. It is the 11th edition of the campaign, co-organised by The South China Morning Post and developer Sino Group.

Winners of the hongkong prize can expect their work to be featured in international peer-reviewed journals and invited to attend world-class conferences pertinent to their field. They can also get access to Hong Kong’s premier research facilities and collaborate with top scientists. Moreover, they can expect to expand their network and find opportunities with potential employers in the city.

The BOCHK Science and Technology Innovation Prize champions the mission of boosting Hong Kong’s scientific research through global recognition of outstanding scientists with discoveries that have significant societal ramifications, thereby inspiring future generations of researchers and building Hong Kong into a science and technology hub. It is an independent merit-based award with a total prize of HK$ 2 million provided by Bank of China (Hong Kong) Limited. The prize is presented in four fields: artificial intelligence and robotics, life and health sciences, new materials and new energy, and advanced manufacturing and fintech. No more than five persons or teams should be awarded in each award field each year. The selection process and award details are subject to the Charter of the Prize, which is available for download below. The Prize is administered by the Board of the Hong Kong Alliance of Technology and Innovation. The Board consists of a Review Committee, a Compliance Oversight Team and the Secretariat. It is the highest decision-making body and is responsible for reviewing and interpreting the articles of the Charter, suggesting important scientific research fields to be included in THE PRIZE, appointing members to the Review Committee and Compliance Oversight Team, and setting requirements for nominating experts. The Board’s decisions on THE PRIZE are final. If a prize-winner breaches any of the provisions of the Charter, the Board may terminate the award and withdraw the prize money, certificate and trophy accordingly.