The Hongkong Prize

The hongkong prize is a popular game that has many benefits for both the players and the organisers. It is easy to play and the prizes are very high. It also provides the players with an opportunity to learn more about the history of Hong Kong. It is a fun and exciting game to play and it is an excellent way for the players to improve their skills.


The BOCHK Science and Technology Innovation Prize is an annual award hosted by the Hong Kong Alliance of Technology and Innovation, sponsored by the Bank of China (Hong Kong) Limited. It aims to reward outstanding scientists and research teams who have made significant contributions to the development of science and technology innovation in Hong Kong.


Ten Catalyst Awards are available this year to teams in Asia-Pacific and the United States that have demonstrated excellence in innovation. The winners will receive a cash prize of US$50,000 and travel subsidies to attend an Innovator Summit in 2023.

Sigg Prize for Visual Art: Six Artists Representing the Greater China Region

A total of six artists from the Greater China region have been shortlisted for the second Sigg Prize, which is being awarded this year at M+ museum. The winner will be announced in early 2024.

2nd Hong Kong International Conducting Competition: 16 Candidates Display an Abundance of Talents and Passion

Music Director Emeritus of the Hong Kong Sinfonietta and Co-chair of the Jury, Yip Wing-sie, said that during the competition, the 16 candidates displayed an abundance of qualities which a top conductor possesses, including their ability to communicate with audiences, their passion for performing, and their desire to further their studies and professional development. He hoped that the competition would help them to enhance their professional skills, as well as their reputation, and contribute to the future development of the music industry in Hong Kong.

HK Outstanding Students Award: The Hong Kong Outstanding Students Award is one of the most recognized and prestigious awards for secondary school students in Hong Kong. It encourages outstanding students with exceptional personal qualities, exemplary character and a strong commitment to serving the community.

The Award is open to all Hong Kong students who have enrolled in S.3 to S.5 / Grades 9 to 11 (12-year System) or Years 10 to 12 (13-year System). Candidates should possess outstanding academic achievement, active engagement in extracurricular activities and extraordinary talents/achievements. They should have demonstrated a commitment to serving the community, morality and leadership.