The Hongkong Prize in 2019

The hongkong prize is an award that recognizes scientists for their accomplishments and encourages research in science. The competition attracts thousands of applicants each year and is considered one of Asia’s premier prizes. Winners receive a monetary prize and access to the city’s premier research facilities. It is also a great way to network with like-minded people and make new friends. Those interested in participating in the hongkong prize should consult with a representative and read the rules carefully.

HK Prize is open to all enrolled secondary school students in Hong Kong. Those who wish to enter the competition must be nominated by their teachers. Once the nomination process is complete, the students can submit their artworks online before the submission deadline. The judges will then select 20 pieces of artwork for the shortlist and award a Judges Prize to the best student artist.

Some of the top ten finalists receive a cash prize along with other perks such as shopping vouchers and F&B perks. The top ten winners are honored at an annual ceremony and will be given the prestigious hongkong prize medal. This is a wonderful opportunity for authors to showcase their talent and earn a monetary reward.

In addition to recognizing scientific achievements, the hongkong prize honors individuals who promote social progress and contribute to humanity. Past recipients include a young man who used technology to assist homeless adults and an artist whose works reinterpret human rights concepts. The prize serves as a reminder that we must respect and acknowledge people’s diversity while celebrating humanity’s many contributions to society.

In 2019, the HK Phil extended its heartfelt thanks to the hongkong SAR Government, Principal Patron the Swire Group and music-lovers in Hong Kong and around the world for their support of this prize. This year, the HK Phil celebrated the 25th anniversary of the first recording of Wagner’s Ring Cycle with its release as a box-set on CD and Hi-Res Blu-ray. This was a milestone achievement and the first time that a major classical work has been recorded in HD audio with 5.1 surround sound. The HK Phil will continue its mission to share the wonder of music with more people in the future.