hk prize

The Hong Kong Prize offers researchers access to Hong Kong’s premier research facilities, making it one of Asia’s most coveted awards and drawing thousands of applicants annually. If you wish to enter this highly competitive competition, familiarizing yourself with its rules and regulations prior to applying is recommended.

The Hong Kong Prize can help build your writing portfolio, increase cultural understanding of Hong Kong and Asia, and expand professional networks. However, to be successful at entering this competition, it’s vitally important that all competition rules are closely adhered to – if in doubt about requirements contact one of our representatives before starting an application form.

This award was initiated in 1996 by friends and students of late Hong Kong scholar Dr. John D. Young as a way of remembering his legacy in Asian history. Since then, it has grown into one of the world’s premier writing contests; its winner receives a large monetary prize, plaque, and invitation to Hong Kong awards ceremony where they are celebrated during an awards ceremony with other winners (review articles or letters to editors are not eligible). Applicants must submit original articles related to clinical studies, observational or epidemiological studies (review articles or letters to editors are ineligible).

Hk Prize is an prestigious writing contest open to students worldwide. It recognizes and rewards outstanding academic achievements while encouraging global perspective development. Furthermore, this competition provides writers with an excellent opportunity to expand their knowledge of Hong Kong culture and society while building their writing portfolio and potentially earning money with their work.

HK Film Festival is not just a writing contest; it is also an annual celebration of Hong Kong culture and arts. This annual event showcases performances by local artists as well as classic Hong Kong movies – it even provides emerging artists a platform to show their skills! Thousands attend each year! It has quickly become one of Hong Kong’s premier events.

The Hong Kong Prize recognizes individuals for outstanding contributions made toward world civilisation and society harmony, including those who have helped Hong Kong become a world science centre. Previous recipients have included scientists credited with inventing liquid biopsy – a cancer detection method more quickly than traditional methods – or risked their lives to advance freedom and justice on behalf of others; it has even been given to dissidents such as Hitler critic Carl von Ossietzky and Soviet dissident Andrei Sakharov.

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