The Hongkong Prize is an annual award that recognizes writers focusing on Hong Kong and Asia. Open to authors worldwide, this competition provides authors an excellent way to gain recognition for their work as well as make some extra cash by placing bets. Before placing bets it’s important to read over all rules and regulations carefully as well as placing wagers with only trusted websites.
To qualify for the Hongkong Prize, an original article that meets certain criteria must be submitted. These criteria include clinical studies (such as prospective or retrospective clinical trials), observational or epidemiological research or basic science investigations focused on Hong Kong or Asia as a subject. Lastly, your submission must not include reviews or letters to editors; rather it should focus specifically on Hong Kong and Asia without taking into account other regions or languages.
Students interested in entering the Hongkong Prize competition should contact one of its representatives to learn about submission processes and eligibility requirements. Since it can be highly competitive with strict rules, it is wise to consult a representative beforehand as they can advise about best submission methods; submissions will only be accepted during certain times of the year so it’s wise to plan ahead.
In addition to its cash prize, the Hongkong Prize recognizes scientists for their contributions while encouraging research in Hong Kong. Winners may enjoy increased international exposure and top-tier media coverage, access to top-tier research facilities in Hong Kong and use their prize money as funding for their next project.
This year’s HK Prize finalists include activists fighting for freedom and democracy despite facing imprisonment or detention, with judges applauding their courage and dedication which has garnered them worldwide respect from others. Other finalists include an activist fighting to protect homeless adults through shelter programs as well as professor who created liquid biopsy technology which allows doctors to detect cancer earlier.
HK Prize is awarded annually to filmmakers whose local-themed films display unique personal styles. Sahal Zaman was honored this year, with To My Nineteen-Year-Old Self winning best film and being nominated for best TV series – making HK one of Asia’s premier awards.
The Hongkong Prize is an independent non-governmental award designed to recognize students who have excelled academically while also engaging in extracurricular activities or showing extraordinary talents outside of class. The prize aims to motivate and encourage these exceptional students, so they may pursue their passion and become future leaders. Thousands of applicants each year compete for this coveted title; winners receive scholarships as well as attend an exclusive ceremony held each year at Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre that was attended by more than one thousand guests, both celebrities and students.