HK Prize 2023 Winners Announced

hk prize is one of Asia’s most prestigious awards and could open doors of opportunity. Winners receive both monetary prizes and access to Hong Kong’s premier research facilities, making this competition an excellent way for scientists to advance their careers in one of the world’s most vibrant science hubs. Previous winners have included a young man using technology to assist homeless individuals as well as an artist interpreting human rights concepts through fine art concepts.

The 2023 Hong Kong Film Awards was another successful year for Emperor Motion Pictures, whose film The Goldfinger, about a massive corruption scandal in Hong Kong’s stock market, won best cinematography and the award for Best Actress. It also scooped a total of 10 other awards, including best art direction, costume and make-up design, and visual effects. Mystery thriller Broad Daylight and a drama about a reporter exposing cases of abuse in care homes, both from Soi Cheang, won best screenplay, while the latter was also a multiple winner in the Best Director and FIPRESCI categories.

A new award has been launched to promote innovative ideas and initiatives that contribute to the development of Hong Kong. Those who have the most outstanding ideas will be awarded HK$5,000 in cash and a chance to attend a forum hosted by Generocity to discuss how Hong Kong can take the lead on global development issues.

In addition to the monetary prize, a trophy will be awarded to the public vote winner. All participants are encouraged to vote for their favourite entry. They can do so online at the official website until April 30, and can earn extra entries by sharing their votes on social media platforms.

Justice Centre Hong Kong is here to ensure that no one walks alone on the path to protection, justice and a decent life. The non-profit organisation works with migrant workers and their families by providing legal assistance and psychosocial support as well as conducting research and community initiatives. It also provides a platform for regular artistic dialogues and discussions, which enable people from different backgrounds to meet and exchange ideas in an informal and welcoming environment. The centre hopes that the HK Prize will draw attention to its work and help it achieve greater impact.