DayMay 7, 2024

The Hongkong Prize for Young People

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The Hongkong Prize offers young people an opportunity to demonstrate their talents and build a solid reputation in their chosen fields. There are various prizes up for grabs, including money, travel expenses and other perks – this competition is open to young people of all ages and backgrounds; it is however essential that any potential applicants thoroughly read all applicable regulations prior to applying.

The Bank of China (Hong Kong) Limited’s BOCHK Science and Technology Innovation Prize is an independent merit-based award designed to recognize scientists whose groundbreaking discoveries have significant societal ramifications while encouraging scientific leadership in Hong Kong. With an award value of HKD 2 million distributed among four fields – artificial intelligence/robotics/life/health sciences/material science/physical science & materials/advanced manufacturing/FinTech – this prize aims to invigorate researchers/innovators within Hong Kong who may otherwise remain hidden! This prize hopes to encourage scientific researchers and innovators in Hong Kong to explore potential new areas of knowledge while serving both their country while contributing globally!

At this year’s Hong Kong Prize, the jury selected an impressive variety of winners. This included activists combatting democracy’s erosion in their homeland and an organization providing shelter to homeless adults. Other recipients of awards included artists and co-founders of startups that develop products for blind navigation systems; additionally Sophia Hotung who dedicates her time and health issues to charity work received the Culture award; while Florence Chan Hiu-ling (co-founder of an agency supporting students experiencing mental health issues) received Innovation honors.

Tsui Su-chi earned the Public Vote Prize in the Arts category for her unique style and contribution to local art scene, becoming the first artist ever to achieve this achievement. Additionally, the Judging Committee granted Tsui a cash prize of HK$50,000 as support of creative work and arts projects.

The Hongkong Prize is an international, non-governmental award designed to promote Hong Kong as a center for research and innovation by drawing top scientific talent and encouraging them to establish themselves here. Prize is presented annually and judged by an independent panel of experts from both academic and business sectors of Hong Kong society. Winners are recognized for their groundbreaking discoveries and innovative ideas while upholding high levels of professionalism and integrity. Each winner of World of Winners competition receives not only cash prize but also a plaque and certificate to commemorate their achievement. Open to applicants from Southeast Asia, mainland China, and beyond – interested applicants should visit its website beginning March 1 to register their entry and stand a chance at success!