The HK Prize and the HK History Book Prize

The Hong Kong Prize is one of Asia’s premier awards, drawing thousands of applicants each year. Recognizing scientific research with significant societal benefit and encouraging young people to follow their passions while broadening global perspectives – this award gives access to some of Hong Kong’s premier research facilities while simultaneously encouraging international cooperation and high moral integrity standards.

Under the rules of this prize, applicants are expected to submit an article that makes an impactful statement about society as a whole. Though winning may not come easily, with your talent and determination you could become one of many in this highly-competitive field. Submitting an entry by the deadline and going through a rigorous review process without sponsorship or special committee influence are both required for entry. If successful, winning articles will be published in our journal along with being awarded a judge’s prize. At an awards ceremony, the top ten finalists will each be honored with both a monetary prize and plaque. Furthermore, winners may also attend seminars and research internships at universities and laboratories throughout Hong Kong, providing them with opportunities to collaborate with cutting-edge scientists who have gone on to win Nobel prizes.

Are You an Aspiring Author Looking to Compete in the Hong Kong History Book Prize? The Sir Lindsay and Lady May Ride Memorial Fund Fund provides this highly competitive prize competition which seeks to attract authors who possess both an eye for detail and talent for writing! Their aim is to recruit new volumes into the Royal Asiatic Society’s Hong Kong Studies series by encouraging writers to devote more time writing about Hong Kong History; Short term goals may include encouraging more new authors to devote themselves fully to writing on Hong Kong Studies topics while long term goals promote scholarship of this field of research.

Lui Che-woo created this award in 2016 to recognize individuals who advance world civilisation and inspire others towards building an harmonious society. Winners in each of three categories will receive both a monetary prize and trophy; additionally they may attend seminars or research internships at Hong Kong universities and laboratories that allow them to meet leading scientists from around the globe while learning about cutting-edge scientific research conducted here; this gives them an opportunity to showcase their work globally.