The 2023 Hong Kong Prize Exhibition

The Hong Kong prize is an international award that recognizes scientists whose research has a substantial effect on society. It is open to researchers worldwide and is selected through an impartial process without sponsorship or committee influence. Winners are awarded monetary prizes and have their work showcased globally. However, before entering this prestigious competition it is important to read the rules and regulations carefully.

The 2023 Hong Kong Prize exhibition opens on December 1 and runs through January 14 at the Goethe-Gallery and Black Box Studio, Goethe-Institut Hong Kong. The public is invited to attend free guided tours of the exhibition on a first-come, first-serve basis. Alternatively, visitors can view the exhibition online. All exhibited artworks are available for purchase, supporting the Prize and the charitable refugee protection work of Justice Centre Hong Kong.

This award honors the outstanding contribution of young Fellows of the Hong Kong Academy of Medicine for their clinical practice and research in any field of medicine. Submissions can include clinical studies, observational or epidemiological articles, meta-analyses, and review articles. The winning entry will be published in a scientific journal and receive HK$25,000 in prize money. Applicants must be a member of the Academy of Medicine at the time of the submission.

In the past, the Hong Kong Prize has honoured pioneers in a wide range of disciplines. These have included the fields of medical science, technology and social sciences, enabling them to make significant contributions to the society. It is also important to remember the great sacrifices that many of the winners of the Hong Kong Prize have made for society.

Founded in 1982, the HK Film Awards are an annual film awards ceremony held in Hong Kong to celebrate achievement in all aspects of filmmaking. These accolades are considered the Hong Kong equivalent of the Academy Awards.

China Daily Hong Kong Edition won 113 prizes in the 2022 News Awards, with four arts and culture journalism wins including two runner-up awards and one winner for Senior Reporter Xi Tianqi’s series on promoting Hong Kong as a cultural hub. Copy Editor James Cook took a runner-up award for his innovative story In the Green Fast Lane that highlighted Hong Kong’s efforts to speed up adoption of electric vehicles.

The Hong Kong Students Prize is an art competition for enrolled secondary school students in Hong Kong. The Contest is conducted by the Student Arts Federation (SAF), an organisation supported by the Hong Kong Government. Participants will be nominated by their teachers and are required to submit three artworks before the submission deadline. The shortlisted entries will be voted on by a panel of judges. The judges’ prize of HK$8,000 will be given to the student with the most outstanding work. The runner-ups will receive HK$20,000 each. The prizes are generously sponsored by the Hong Kong Cultural Development Fund.