The Singapore prize is a prestigious award that recognises people for their achievements. It is a great way to get noticed and can help you achieve your goals in life. The award is given in different areas like art, business, and more. It can also be a great way to network with other people. The more connections you make, the better chance you have of achieving your goal.
The award was established in 2014 by an anonymous donor, and is administered by the Department of History at NUS. The Prize is open to works that make a significant contribution to our understanding of the history of Singapore, whether in terms of the period covered, theme or field. The work should be published in English, and can be authored or co-authored. The winner will be chosen by a panel of historians.
Unlike other prizes that focus on specific fields of endeavour, the Singapore prize is open to a wide range of topics and is not limited to a particular type of book. In fact, books of varying genres have won the prize in the past. For example, novels have been awarded the prize in the past, as have books of non-fiction and poetry. Despite the broad category of works eligible for the award, all entries must demonstrate an exceptional level of quality in terms of research, interpretation and writing.
A new book by a Singaporean author has won the best fiction prize at this year’s National Arts Council Literary Awards. The book, “Magic Babe Ning,” by rma cureess, beat out 10 other titles in the competition to win the top fiction prize of S$10,000. The judges said the work was “a deeply personal, yet universally relatable, story of family and community that transcends time and place.”
Four authors have won Readers’ Favourite awards – determined by public vote – for their works. These include rma cureess, Ali bin Salim, Daryl Qilin Yam and Pan Zheng Lei. All of them will receive a cash prize of S$1,000 together with book vouchers worth $50.
A global environmental prize founded by Britain’s Prince William will hold its awards ceremony in Singapore next month, the organizers announced on Monday (May 15). Known as the Earthshot Prize, the event will bring together global leaders, businesses and investors to accelerate solutions for the planet’s biggest environmental challenges. It will also feature local activations for citizens to experience these solutions, the organisers said.
The winner will be honoured at an awards ceremony in November, with the support of URA. The prize will be a catalyst for thought-leadership in urban solutions, and promote scalable innovations that can be replicated by cities worldwide. The winners will also be eligible for a standard Tour event-winning package, which includes two-plus season exemptions and berths in key events. They will also receive an award certificate, a gold medallion and a trophy. The prize is supported by Keppel Corporation.