Hk Prize Winners Announced

Hk prize adalah sebuah tabel yang berisikan angka hong kong di benua. Sebuah tabel hk prize ini telah mempunyai informasi berita tentang angka hong kong hari ini dan membagikan tanggapan sementara yang berdasarkan angka hong kong.

The prize honours Thein Swee Lay and Stuart Orkin for their work with gene editing, which showed how altering the BCL11A protein could reactivate fetal haemoglobin production, creating new therapies to cure sickle cell disease. The pair’s research demonstrates how basic discovery and disease research can lead to translational medicine, saving lives.

HK Global Development Prize

This prize is a platform to gather innovative ideas to support Hong Kong’s international development efforts and help shape its role in the world. The winning submission will receive HK$5000 and have the opportunity to present their idea to key stakeholders in the development sector.

The winners of the 78 prizes were announced this week, including Best Documentary for the film In the Green Fast Lane, which highlighted Hong Kong’s efforts to accelerate public and private electric vehicle adoption. Another highlight was a story by Copy Editor James Cook on the plight of Hong Kong’s democracy activists, who were jailed for their protests against Beijing’s rule over the city in 2016. The piece, titled Activists Held in Contempt by Their Own Government, won Best Headline.

Another winner was Sammo Hung Kam-bo, who won a lifetime achievement award for his contribution to the Hong Kong cinema industry. The 72-year-old actor, director, producer and martial arts choreographer has made more than 200 films in his career. His film The Man with the Golden Gun was a US box-office hit in the late 1980s and is considered one of the greatest action movies of all time.

Despite the ongoing uncertainty over whether Hong Kong will be allowed to continue hosting the awards, this year’s ceremony went ahead without any incidents or security concerns. The award ceremony was attended by a large number of people, including many celebrities. The winning entries were showcased on the big screen at Tsim Sha Tsui Town Hall, with the first and second runners-up receiving cash awards and certificates.

Amid the political turmoil, the HK News Awards have continued to honour journalism of the highest standards. Last year’s winners included journalist John Tong, who received a special achievement award for his reporting on the Umbrella Movement.

The organisers of the prize say it is important to acknowledge those who stand up for human rights and democratic freedoms in Hong Kong, as the territory’s long-cherished autonomy erodes. They say they hope the prize will inspire more people to defend democracy and freedom in Hong Kong. They will not withdraw the prize or stop holding it, but have asked journalists to exercise caution in avoiding crossing “red lines”. They will continue to review the rules of the prize to ensure that it remains a safe and effective forum for research and innovation. The organisers have also shared legal advice they have received, which suggests that a ban on the prize would put participants and organisations at risk of investigation by national security police.