The HK Prize and the HK Student Prize

The hk prize is an award that recognizes individuals who advance world civilisation and inspire others towards creating a harmonious society. Its past winners include selfless volunteers helping the homeless, and scientists who developed liquid biopsy technology for faster cancer diagnosis. This year, the hk prize is looking for ideas on how to shape Hong Kong’s role as an international development partner.

The award is presented by Generocity to celebrate the achievements of those who work hard to make a difference in the lives of people around the globe. The winner will receive a grant of up to HK$10,000 to help further their charitable activities. The winner will also be featured on the HK Prize website to promote their initiatives.

Hong Kong Student Prize is open to all enrolled secondary school students in Hong Kong. Students need to be nominated by their teachers, and must submit three artworks before the submission deadline. The winning student will receive a judges’ prize of HK$8,000 and their school will be awarded HK$20,000.

The prize seeks to encourage Hong Kong’s young people to cultivate a spirit of self-challenge and develop a broad range of skills. It is an internationally recognized programme that cultivates youngsters with perseverance and a spirit of community service. It is based on a set of international principles and consists of four sections: service, skills, physical recreation and expedition. The HK Prize is one of the most prestigious and influential awards in Asia, and has become the benchmark for excellence in youth development.

Xi Tianqi’s book “One Year After the Riots” is a poignant reminder of the events that changed Hong Kong forever. It will stir up a jumble of emotions and memories in those who lived through those turbulent times. Whether they’re nostalgic for the good old days or defiant against Beijing, the book is likely to spark many discussions about the current political climate in Hong Kong and China.

Five imprisoned pro-democracy leaders have been nominated for the 2022 Nobel Peace Prize. They led a 79-day street occupation to press for democratic concessions from Beijing, and were ultimately jailed under national security laws. Their names, Joshua Wong, Nathan Law, Alice Chan and Joshua Siu, are now synonymous with Hong Kong’s struggle for freedom.

The winner of the BOCHK Science and Technology Innovation Prize will be selected by a final judging panel. This is a unique feature that allows the BOCHK Science and Technology Innovation Prize to be more objective in its judging process, while maintaining the high standard of judging. The final judging panels will be composed of experts who are highly respected in their field. The judging criteria of the prize will focus on the research impact and relevance to society. It is expected that the final judging panel will include a mix of academia, business and government representatives.