The Hongkong Prize for Arts and Culture Reporting and Feature Journalism

hongkong prize

The hongkong prize is an award that honors people who have made incredible accomplishments in their lives. It also encourages young scholars to pursue their passions and build solid careers in science. The HK Prize is also meant to highlight Hong Kong’s role as a world-class hub of scientific research. The winner of the prize receives a cash award and access to Hong Kong’s premier research facilities. In some cases, the winners have even risked their lives for their work. This year, a woman who founded an organization that provides shelter for homeless adults was the recipient of this prestigious award.

In addition to the top prize, there are five runner-up awards in each category. China Daily Hong Kong Edition’s senior reporter Kate Li Bingcun won two of the coveted awards, including a first-place finish in both the Arts and Culture News Reporting and the Feature Journalism categories. Her three-piece culture series, titled “In Dialogue with Time,” encompassed the multiple facets of the city’s endeavor to become a cultural and art hub. The story touched upon the shipping of national treasures from Beijing’s Palace Museum to Hong Kong; the city’s unique ways of displaying its relics; and a touching tale of an ardent art fan’s dedication to preserving cultural relics in his post-retirement years.

This competition is open to all artists residing in Hong Kong, regardless of gender, race or ethnicity, age, citizenship or immigration status, religion, disability, sexual orientation, or artistic training or background. The submission deadline is September 25, 2023. Shortlisted works will be displayed in a public exhibition. The judging panel will select the winning artist based on the quality of their work and how well it aligns with the annual theme.

The HK Prize was established in 1996 through donations from friends and students of the late Dr. John D. Young, a professor of history at the University of Hong Kong. In its early years, the HK Prize was awarded to a third-year student with the best result in history among those taking at least 48 credits. Later, the judging criteria was changed to include other factors as well. The HK Prize has since become one of the most prestigious writing contests in Asia.

The HK Prize is also an excellent opportunity for writers to gain visibility in the region and increase their popularity. This is especially true for those who write in Chinese, which is widely spoken in the region. In the past, some of its previous winners have gone on to become international authors. The HK Prize has helped many writers build their reputations and expand their audience. In addition, it has helped writers develop their writing skills. This is an important part of a writer’s career, so it’s worth considering for any aspiring authors. For more information, visit the HK Prize’s website. There are several rules and regulations that you should follow before submitting your work for consideration. The Board of the HK Prize makes the final decisions regarding the award.