The Hong Kong Prize

hongkong prize

The hongkong prize is one of the most prestigious awards in Asia. Thousands of applicants compete to win the award every year. It is awarded to scientists who have made innovative contributions and have high moral standards. Winners receive a cash prize and access to research facilities in Hong Kong. The competition is open to residents of Southeast Asia, mainland China, and the world. Those interested should carefully review the rules and regulations before applying for the award.

The award is named in honour of two friends and distinguished donors of the University, Ho Fook and Chan Kai-ming. It was established to reward students who are showing great promise in academic and extracurricular activities, with special consideration for those who have contributed their time and efforts for the benefit of society. The prize is presented each year to a student from each of the nine Faculties at HKU.

Winners of the Hong Kong Prize are awarded a cash prize, a plaque, and access to research facilities in Hong Kong. This is a unique opportunity for researchers to further their careers and expand their network in the region. The HK Prize has been awarded to more than 50 outstanding scientists from around the world since its inception in 2007. The prize also provides an avenue for Hong Kong’s scientific community to share their research with global colleagues.

In addition to recognizing students for their excellent academic performance, the HK Prize is an opportunity for students to show off their artistic talent! Students can enter the competition by being nominated by their teachers. Once they are nominated, students can submit their artwork online and be reviewed by judges. Students who are deemed the most deserving will be awarded an individual judge’s prize of HK$8,000, while their school will receive a grant of HK$20k!

Besides offering scholarships to secondary and MBA students, the Foundation supports educational incentive programs for tertiary institutions. It also offers financial support for local NGOs and other organisations to promote social justice and community service projects. Its giving is guided by the belief that education makes a difference in the future of society.

Hong Kong is a city of many cultures and languages. It is home to a diverse population and a hub for international trade and finance. The city has a long history of charitable giving. Its philanthropists have donated more than HK$4.3 billion to charities in the last fiscal year. This is a reflection of the value that the people place on social responsibility and the spirit of benevolence.

The HK Music Prize is an annual music award hosted by Hong Kong’s four main media outlets; RTHK, TVB, CW and Metro Radio. The prize is based on a point system and the winning album is the one that accumulates the most points from all four stations. In addition, the HK Music Prize honors the song’s composer, lyricist and artist. The HK Music Prize is a popular event amongst locals and visitors alike.