What is a Singapore Prize?

The singapore prize is an award given to people for something that they do well. The award can be anything from a lump sum of cash to a trip to a place where someone wants to go. There are also awards for music, art and other things that a person can do. If a person wants to win a singapore prize they will need to know how much money is available and what the rules are for winning.

The Lee Kuan Yew World City Prize celebrates cities for their efforts in building a liveable environment. It honours cities that display foresight and good governance to tackle urban challenges, to bring about social, economic and environmental benefits for their communities. The prize aims to foster innovation in sustainable urban solutions by promoting thought-leadership and exchange of ideas between cities, which will benefit the wider global community.

This year, Singapore won the prestigious prize for the second time. The country was commended for its efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic, which included setting up an information hotline and organising public outreach programmes to educate and raise awareness of the disease. It was also commended for its strong public support and public-private partnership.

In addition to a monetary prize, the winner of the singapore prize will receive an award certificate and a gold medallion. The winning team will also be invited to attend the Laureate Presentation Ceremony at the National Museum of Singapore in 2021.

The finalists for the 2022 Singapore International Violin Competition will compete in a final round on Wednesday 14 December at the Conservatory of Singapore. Ukrainian violinist Dmytro Udovychenko is a favorite to win the grand prize, which is worth USD $50,000. Danish violinist Anna Agafia Egholm and Hong Kong/Chinese violinist Angela Sin Ying Chan are among the other finalists.

Four writers beat out their competition to lay claim to the Readers’ Favourite award at this year’s Singapore Literature Prize (SLP). More than 4,000 readers voted, roughly double the number who did in 2020. Each of the 12 winners walked away with a cash prize of S$3,000 and a special hand-crafted trophy, plus a gift code to audiobook platform Storytel.

Academic Khoo Gaik Cheng, filmmaker Lucky Kuswandi and artist Tuan Andrew Nguyen served as the panel for the consumer voting for this category.

This year, the competition also saw the introduction of a new award called the Dr Alan HJ Chan Spirit of Singapore Book Prize. It was established by a gift from Dr Chan, and recognises works that best epitomise, inspire and promote the Spirit of Singapore. The first award was given out last year to historian John Miksic’s book, Pretend I’m Not Here.

A prize for the best film in the Singapore Short Film Festival was announced on Saturday, with “Smoke Gets In Your Eyes” taking top honours. The winning short film will receive a production services package worth S$15,000 from Shooting Gallery Asia and a DCP feature, audio post and online DCP mix feature and an audio final mix and DCP feature from Mocha Chai Laboratories.