The Hong Kong Prize

One of the most prestigious writing competitions in Asia, the hongkong prize is a coveted award for writers who specialize in Asian culture and history. The winner receives monetary prizes and the opportunity to present their work at an awards ceremony. Those who are interested in entering this prestigious competition should speak with a representative and read the rules and regulations carefully. This will increase their chances of winning the prize.

The Hong Kong Film Awards (HKFA) is an annual film award administered by the Hong Kong Film Workers Association Ltd. It was created in 1993 and is voted on by members of thirteen professional film bodies in the city, with the support of a select group of adjudicators. The HKFA is a key event in the Hong Kong film industry and has become a platform to celebrate the outstanding achievements of local filmmakers.

The HKFA has been held in different cities since its founding, but is now based in the cultural metropolis of Hong Kong. The award was named after the city’s famous novel, The Dream of the Red Chamber. The novel has enjoyed a long literary tradition in China, with more than 100 editions printed to date. Its story has also been adapted for various films, such as The Count of Monte Cristo and The General.

During this year’s competition, Li Bingcun won first place in the Best News Writing (English) category for her articles titled Securing a New Lease of Life and At a Crossroads, which shed light on the latest breakthroughs in cross-border organ transplantation and fertility perseverance. She also won second runner-up in the Best Business News Reporting category with her piece, Agents of Change and Boosting HK Tourism.

In the Scientific Research Category, a total of five researchers were awarded for their contributions to the fields of Artificial Intelligence and Robotics, Life and Health, New Materials and New Energy, Advanced Manufacturing and FinTech. The review committee was impressed with the researchers’ impressive accomplishments in their research fields and the significant social and economic value of the research outcomes.

The Hong Kong Student Prize is open to all enrolled secondary school students in Hong Kong. Students must be nominated by their teachers to enter the contest. Once nominations are closed, our panel of judges will shortlist 20 student artists. The Judges Prize of HK$8,000 is awarded to the top scoring artist. The prize money is used to support their art education and activities. Winners will be announced at an awards ceremony in 2020.