What is the HK Prize?

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Established by property magnate Lui Che-woo in 2015, the Hong Kong Prize (HK Prize) honors individuals who advance global civilisation and encourage others to work toward creating an ideal society. There are three award fields: astronomy, life science/medicine/healthcare and mathematical sciences – with each winning category receiving an amount similar to Nobel laureates as well as a trophy.

Scientists who conduct research that addresses Hong Kong-related issues are eligible to apply for the HK Prize. To qualify, first-authored articles that meet certain criteria (clinical trials, observational or epidemiological studies and basic science studies – review articles or letters to editors are ineligible) must be published during the nomination period in an eligible journal.

The HK Prize also affords scientists opportunities to network with scholars and researchers in Hong Kong as well as gain access to Hong Kong’s premier research facilities. Furthermore, scientists may apply for funding support their future projects as well as gain international attention for their work through international recognition of their research. Lastly, winning this award allows scientists to form relationships with organizations or enterprises which may assist them in realizing their career goals.

HK Prize winners not only receive monetary awards, but will be invited to attend an awards ceremony which features an exhibition of shortlisted entries, speeches from awardees, and dinner with representatives of government and sponsors.

A panel of independent judges free of political and personal influences selects winning articles for consideration, which have featured artists reinterpreting human rights concepts into fine art as well as researchers creating liquid biopsy technology to detect cancer more quickly. Previous finalists have included an artist reinterpreting human rights concepts into fine art as well as researchers creating liquid biopsy technology that assists doctors detect cancer more rapidly.

Writers competing for the HK Prize must craft an original article that shows an in-depth knowledge of Hong Kong culture and history, along with a topic that resonates with this year’s theme and can have an impactful effect on residents’ lives. This competition is highly competitive; to increase their chances of success they should read through all rules and guidelines carefully to make sure their entries meet them all. Finally, writers can use this award as an opportunity to promote Hong Kong literature while celebrating its unique heritage.