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The Hongkong Prize was designed to recognize individuals who advance global civilisation and inspire others towards creating an harmonious society. Prize recipients will receive a monetary award, trophy and access to some of Hong Kong’s premier research facilities as well as seminars or research internships at local universities or laboratories and meetings with leading scientists from around the world.

Alongside the HK$500,000 prize, other winnings include a certificate of honour and the opportunity to work at one of Hong Kong’s science centres. Furthermore, winnings will also go toward supporting projects which promote scientific literacy among young people and the community.

Artists participating in the art category were challenged to explore Our Changing World as their theme this year, which meant exploring global evolution from multiple angles: socially, culturally, technologically and environmentally – as well as how it affects individuals across societies. Thirty shortlisted works are evidence of the creativity and insights demonstrated by prize contestants this year.

This prize is open to all secondary school students enrolled in Hong Kong, nominated by their teachers and submitting artwork online by the submission deadline. Judges will select 20 entries as winners, awarding both judges’ prize of HK$8,000 and Public Vote Prizes of HK$4,000 to them respectively.

This year, The One award has been introduced as part of our program to recognize those in Hong Kong and around the world who care for others and assist in saving lives. This category recognizes those who have saved other lives, nurtured children, or provided humanitarian services to communities in need.

Hong Kong SAR government has asked France and Germany to respect Hong Kong laws and basic norms of international relations, refrain from interfering in the legal proceedings of their citizens residing here, and hold them responsible for any wrongful actions taken by their nationals in Hong Kong. The SAR government will uphold the rule of law and safeguard our status as a city founded on universal values. The Hong Kong Prize stands alone among Asian prize schemes in rewarding the first book published by an early career humanities scholar. It joins an impressive portfolio of prizes already offered by the Academy, such as Sir Lindsay and Lady May Ride Memorial Fund and Hong Kong Studies Series Prize. It aims to attract new authors interested in writing books relating to Hong Kong Studies while furthering scholarship of this area of study.