The HK Prize at CityU

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Hk Prize is an online game that allows users to win real cash prizes while passing the time. Available both on desktop computers and mobile devices, playing anywhere is easy; its simple design and chat function also make for enjoyable competition among friends!

To be eligible for the Hong Kong Prize, writers must submit articles that showcase clinical, observational or epidemiological research with significant impacts on society. Submissions will then be carefully assessed by judges who review each submission carefully – creating an invaluable opportunity to build your writing portfolio while honoring Asian culture!

The logo for Hong Kong’s award consists of a pearl and jade amulet that represents its culture-rich legacy in architecture, infrastructure and public spaces. Trophies awarded to winners mirror this theme by being in the shape of pearls or jades; further adding to their value and making an impressive visual statement about this prize’s focus on precious elements.

Establish in 2013, the Spirit of Hong Kong Awards are designed to honor Hong Kong’s unsung heroes and acknowledge their genuine spirit of charity, civic awareness and goodwill. The awards also celebrate inspiring stories of personal triumph over personal challenges; community contributions; acts of self-sacrifice for greater good; as well as cultural preservation and entrepreneurial creativity.

Winners of the Hong Kong Prize will receive not only monetary prize but also shopping vouchers and F&B benefits as well as access to Hong Kong’s top facilities and an opportunity to collaborate with local scientists. Winners will also be recognized in an awards ceremony and featured on the website of this non-governmental, merit-based award designed to recognise scientists who have made significant contributions towards science and technology advancement.

CityU has honored three outstanding scholars with honorary fellowships to recognize their distinguished achievements and service to both the University and community. Professor Tsui Lik-hang from the Department of Chinese and History received such an award due to her contributions towards developing and serving both CityU and its community.

CityU is providing workshops this year in an attempt to raise the profile of the Hong Kong Prize and encourage more students to participate. These free-of-charge and open workshops give all students at CityU an ideal opportunity to learn about its key features, while meeting both judges and candidates that may help prepare them better for taking the exam – and score higher overall! Good luck to everyone taking part!