The HK Prize and the HK Prize 2023

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The Hong Kong Prize is one of the most prestigious high school contests, honoring academic achievements and extracurricular participation. Besides the monetary award, winning this competition also allows students to conduct research at some of the city’s premier facilities. To be eligible, students must first be nominated by their teachers. Those who are interested in this contest should read through the rules and regulations thoroughly to ensure that they meet all the necessary requirements.

This year, the prestigious prize was awarded to a number of notable individuals, including a selfless volunteer who helped homeless people, a scientist who developed liquid biopsy technology for faster cancer diagnosis, and a man who raised money to send children from remote areas to boarding schools. The award’s symbol – a pearl and a pierced jade amulet – embodies the spirit of harmony and compassion. The prize has been praised for encouraging more young people to study science, which in turn will help society develop and prosper.

HK Prize 2023

This contest is one of Asia’s most popular, drawing thousands of applicants every year. Its monetary prizes and access to the region’s top research facilities are especially attractive to scientists, who can enhance their career prospects by participating in the competition. The judges of this non-governmental merit-based prize are committed to advancing world civilisation and inspiring others to create a harmonious society. Past recipients have included selfless volunteers who helped the homeless, and scientists who developed a liquid biopsy technology that speeds up cancer diagnosis.

HK Prize is an illustrious writing contest that rewards participants with monetary awards, shopping vouchers and F&B perks. The top ten finalists will also receive the opportunity to participate in a workshop hosted by renowned authors, giving them the chance to build their portfolio and network with fellow writers. However, participants should be sure to read through all the applicable rules and regulations before applying for this prestigious competition.

A group of 15 university professors nominated five Hong Kong activists for a Nobel Peace Prize this year for their “fervent dedication to protecting freedoms in Hong Kong and campaigning for democracy”. The professors compared the activists with other prominent dissidents and persecuted freedom fighters such as Hitler critic Carl von Ossietzky, Soviet dissident Andrei Sakharov and Polish politician Lech Walesa. The nomination was signed by a mix of liberal and conservative scholars from universities across the US and Hong Kong.

China Daily Hong Kong Edition’s incredibly successful performance at the 2022 News Awards saw senior reporter Xi Tianqi win two runner-up prizes for her series on arts and culture in the city, while copy editor James Cook won first runner-up in the Best Headline category for his innovative story In the Green Fast Lane highlighting the city’s efforts to speed up adoption of electric vehicles.

The HK Arts Initiative (HKAI) aims to promote artistic creativity and nurture future generations of artists. Its annual Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Art Prize encourages artists to explore themes of global evolution in their artworks. This year’s theme is Our Changing World, and the artworks submitted for consideration reflect the challenges and opportunities of our ever-changing world.

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