The Winner of the Singapore Prize will Receive a Cash Prize and have the Chance to Showcase Their Project in Front of Global Leaders and Businesses

Gambling Blog Jul 20, 2023

The winner of the singapore prize will receive a cash prize and will have the chance to showcase their project in front of global leaders and businesses, organisers said. The prize is aimed at supporting innovative projects to tackle climate change and protect the planet, they added. The winner will also be able to use their award money to help scale up their projects and make them more effective, the organisers said.

This year’s shortlisted works explore a variety of themes, from the history of an estate to the politics of detention. Kamaladevi Aravindan’s Sembawang is a novel that follows the lives of ordinary Singaporeans over five decades. Other works on the shortlist include State of Emergency, which explores the lives of a family during the leftist political movements and detentions in Singapore and Malaysia.

The prize, which was launched in 2020, is a global initiative to encourage more people to take action on climate change, and will be given away to “exceptional entrepreneurs, innovators, community leaders and problem solvers”. It will recognise the achievements of individuals and organisations who are taking significant steps to combat climate change and help restore our planet, the organisers said. The winners will be honoured at a ceremony in Singapore, which will be held as part of a series of events called Earthshot Week.

Founded by Prince William, the prize is a global initiative to support more people to take action on climate change and help restore our planet. The 2023 awards will be honoured in Singapore, which is a leading city for environmental solutions and was the first to ban smoking at all public places. It is also home to some of the world’s biggest companies that are committed to tackling climate change, such as Unilever, Apple and Google.

In a speech to mark the occasion, Prince William said: “Singapore is one of the world’s most impressive cities, with its pioneering efforts to reduce carbon emissions and protect the environment. It is a testament to the vision of our founding Prime Minister, Lee Kuan Yew, who was instrumental in creating the green, clean and sustainable society that we live in today. ” He added: “Today, the world faces some of its most complex challenges. But, there is hope. Solutions are being found in all corners of the globe, and they will be celebrated at this year’s award ceremony.”

The NUS Singapore History Prize was established in 2014 when an anonymous donor provided an endowed gift to fund it. The Department of History at NUS administers the prize, which aims to make the complexities and nuances of Singapore’s history more accessible to non-academic audiences and cast a wider net for consideration of works that deal with historical topics.

The winning authors and their works will be honoured at a ceremony on August 25 at the Victoria Theatre in Singapore. Minister for Culture, Community and Youth Edwin Tong will be present to confer the winners’ certificates. This year’s winners include first-time winners alllkunila, innnpaa, Jee Leong Koh, rma cureess, Rama Suresh and Suratman Markasan. Literary pioneer Edwin Thumboo received a special SBC Achievement Award from the minister.