What is the Hongkong Prize?

Hongkong Prize is an international competition that honors writers and artists. With an impartial judging process and competitive prizes such as cash awards and shopping vouchers up for grabs, it provides young writers and artists an excellent platform for showcasing their talent while developing strong professional reputations – plus visitors get to experience local culture!

The Hong Kong Prize is an award that recognizes individuals making an impactful difference in society. Open to residents from Southeast Asia, mainland China, and around the world alike – application processes begin March 1 and close September 15; winners receive flight tickets and other prizes; this prize is distributed in three waves; one wave goes out first for Southeast Asian residents, another to mainland Chinese nationals, and then finally an award will go to international applicants.

There are numerous ways you can participate in the Hongkong Prize, from writing and filmmaking to art. Finalists will receive cash prizes and can visit Hong Kong. This provides young writers a wonderful chance to demonstrate their talents while increasing their chances of success – one of Asia’s premier literary contests is also an incredible chance for recognition of your work!

The Hongkong Prize is an annual award presented to researchers who have made significant contributions to scientific research, particularly pioneering work or transformation of achievements. It serves as a great incentive for innovation and science promotion in Hong Kong.

This year’s nominees included activists fighting for freedom and democracy as well as professors who invented liquid biopsy to allow doctors to more quickly detect cancer. Also nominated were journalists exposing human rights abuses as well as nongovernmental organizations providing shelter to homeless adults – each inspiring and showing us that resilience of humanity despite challenges faced in life.

The HK prize is open to Fellows who have published original articles in the HK journal during the previous year, on any subject related to clinical practice and medical research in any specialty of medicine. Nomination process is independent from sponsorship and personal interests, with prize committee judging research based on these criteria: