What is the HK Prize?

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hk prize is an international competition that gives young people the opportunity to showcase their talent and build a good reputation. It also provides them with cash prizes, travel expenses and other perks. However, there are certain rules that must be followed in order to win the competition. If you’re considering entering the hk prize, make sure to read all of the rules carefully before you submit your application.

The hk prize is a non-governmental merit-based award hosted by the Hong Kong Alliance of Technology and Innovation and sponsored by the Bank of China (Hong Kong) Limited. It recognizes scientific researchers/teams with significant achievements in five fields: artificial intelligence and robotics, life and health, new materials and new energy, advanced manufacturing and FinTech. The award is designed to promote a culture of scientific spirit, encourage exploration and research, and nurture the next generation of scientists who will help Hong Kong become an international innovation and technology hub.

Winners of the hk prize were announced at a ceremony on Friday, December 15. In addition to the main winner, there were two runners-up and five honorable mentions. The winner was Benny Chan, who directed the film Raging Fire. The film received a number of awards, including best action choreography and music. It was also one of the highest earners at the box office that year.

Another winner was Martin M.L. Wong, who is a professor at the Department of Physics and Materials Science at the City University of Hong Kong. His research paper titled “Tropical Cyclone Motion in response to Land Surface Friction” was published in the Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences in 2006. He was awarded the Zhu Kezhen Prize by Society Vice Chairman Dr. K.S. Lam.

The hk prize was also given to the Center for Criminology and the Department of Sociology at the University of Hong Kong for their work in promoting training in crime and deviance studies. These HKU units have been offering undergraduate major/minor and taught postgraduate programmes in the subject. They have also been conducting research on various aspects of crime and deviance and providing criminology consultancy services.

The HK Prize was launched in 2022 by Justice Centre Hong Kong with support from EU Office in Hong Kong and Macao, Goethe-Institut Hong Kong and the Hong Kong Arts Development Council. The theme for the first edition was Our Changing World, and submissions were welcomed from all artistic disciplines to explore the impact of global evolution on our daily lives. An exhibition of selected winning and selected entries is currently on display at the Goethe-Gallery and Black Box Studio, Goethe-Institut Hong Kong. The works are available for sale, with proceeds benefiting the organisation’s refugee protection work. For more information, click here. Free guided tours of the exhibition are available upon registration on a first-come-first-served basis. Click here to register. The exhibition runs until January 14.