The Hongkong Prize
The hongkong prize is one of the most prestigious awards in Asia. It attracts thousands of applicants each year and rewards students for their extraordinary talents and extracurricular activities. The award is intended to encourage students to pursue their passion and become leaders of tomorrow. In addition to recognizing academic achievement, it also rewards students who are devoted to community service and leadership. Students who are interested in winning a hongkong prize should visit the official website to learn more about the competition’s rules and regulations.
The winner of the hongkong prize will receive a monetary award and the opportunity to present their research at an international forum. The prize is designed to stimulate scientific and technological innovation in Hong Kong. It is open to all fields of science and technology, including artificial intelligence and robotics, life and health, new materials and energy, advanced manufacturing, and FinTech. The prize is sponsored by the Bank of China (Hong Kong) Limited and administered by the Hong Kong Alliance of Technology and Innovation. The prize review panel is comprised of scientists from universities in Hong Kong. The highest decision-making body of the hongkong prize is the Board, which is responsible for reviewing and interpreting the articles of the Charter; suggesting important scientific research fields for THE PRIZE; establishing a Review Committee and Compliance Oversight Team; and verifying and approving the final review results.
Applicants for the hongkong prize must submit an original article that meets certain criteria. The article must be a clinical study (including prospective or retrospective clinical trials), an observational or epidemiological study, or a basic science study. In addition, the article must be the first-authored work of the entrant and not a review or letter to the editor. Applicants must also be a full-time researcher or trainee and have exclusive rights to the work.
Justice Centre Hong Kong ensures that no one walks alone on the path to protection, justice and a decent life for forced migrants through legal assistance, psychosocial support, research projects and community initiatives. The HK Prize provides a platform to raise awareness for human rights while encouraging diversity and inclusivity.