Hong Kong Prize – An Opportunity to Show Off Your Creativity

Indulge your creativity and win cash prizes, F&B perks and travel expenses in one of the world’s most prestigious writing competitions. However, you must be prepared to meet the stringent requirements before participating. You must also read the rules and regulations carefully to avoid any issues later on.

Organised by Generocity, the hongkong prize is an opportunity to showcase innovative ideas on how Hong Kong can contribute to international development efforts. Participants can submit proposals on different sectors to increase Hong Kong’s global impact and shape its future role on the world stage.

Those interested can enter online, starting March 1. Winners will be selected in waves, with Southeast Asian residents first, followed by mainland Chinese and then international applicants.

One of Asia’s premier prizes, the hongkong prize could open doors of opportunity for scientists and help them advance their careers in one of the world’s vibrant science hubs. Previous winners have included a young man using technology to assist homeless individuals and an artist interpreting human rights concepts through fine art concepts.

The hongkong prize is open to researchers who have published scientific articles in their field of study that have made an impactful statement on society at large. Prospective or retrospective clinical studies, observational and epidemiological articles as well as basic science research articles are eligible. However, meta-analyses and review articles are not acceptable.

In addition to monetary awards, the hongkong prize provides access to Hong Kong’s premier research facilities. The winners of the hongkong prize will be honored at an awards ceremony held in Hong Kong, and they may also attend international conferences and seminars relevant to their fields.

The hongkong prize was created to highlight the humanitarian spirit of Hongkongers and celebrate their many contributions to humanity. This year, nominations have been submitted by local activists fighting for freedom and democracy – even as they face imprisonment or other forms of repression. Other nominees include nonprofit organizations that work to improve people’s lives and communities, for example a charity providing shelter to homeless adults. These people show that the human spirit triumphs even under duress.