The HK Prize and Other Awards

hk prize

Hong Kong is an exciting city that provides opportunities for those pursuing their careers and fulfilling their dreams. One such prize is the hk prize, an award honoring those who have made a positive contribution to society through arts, science or business. Winners receive substantial sums in prize money along with other perks; those interested in applying should visit its official website for more details.

Established to honor professor George B. Endacott’s work, this award was instituted in 1996 to encourage authors who focus on Hong Kong history to write. The winner receives both a significant sum of money as well as a publishing contract; those interested should visit their official website to understand more about its rules and requirements for applying.

As well as being an esteemed literary contest, hk prize provides an exceptional opportunity for writers who specialize in Asian culture and history. Though competition can be fierce, those passionate about writing who also have an affinity for Asia will find this prize well worth their while – those chosen as finalists will be honored at a ceremony as well as receiving a plaque and other benefits that help promote their book or script.

The HK Prize is an international scholarship program that recognizes high school students for their academic accomplishments, extracurricular engagement and talent. Open to students who have graduated high school, this competition is supported by Bank of Hong Kong Limited and offers the winner not only cash prize but access to Hong Kong’s premier research facilities as well.

US lawmakers have nominated Hong Kong democracy activists Jimmy Lai and five others, arguing they represent millions who peacefully oppose the erosion of democratic freedoms by local authorities who take orders from Beijing as well as Chinese Communist Party forces in this financial hub. Bipartisan legislators including Congressman Chris Smith (R-NJ), Senator Jeff Merklely (D-OR) and other are part of this bipartisan coalition of lawmakers submitting this nomination for consideration for a Nobel Peace Prize award.

Designed to support talented young artists as they embark on their careers, the Hong Kong Art Prize provides them with a platform in Hong Kong where they can display their skills and express their ideas. Open to both self-taught artists as well as those just entering art fields such as sculpture or photography. A panel of judges consisting of Aron Harilela – CEO/chairman of Harilela Hotels; Matt Chung – founder & principal of Gallery Ascend; Heiman Ng – co-founder/principal of Art Prince Advisory; Melissa Digby-Bell head curator of A Space for Art; Lynus Woo – artist/Founder/Director of REP will select shortlist of finalists before selecting shortlist of finalists; prize will be presented during a ceremony held later this October /November ceremony.