Singapore Prize Winners Announced

In result sgp there are a lot of laws regulating gambling, however prize promotions and competitions are specifically excluded from these regulations. This is mainly because they do not provoke in the participants any psychological pressure to buy the promoted products or services. Prize promotion and contests are also tax-exempt, provided they are not considered a form of gambling and that there is no cash element involved. Nevertheless, there may be some legal implications for the company or individual participating in the promotion or contest.

The NUS Singapore History Prize was established in 2014 and is administered by the Department of History at the National University of Singapore. The prize is open to works in, or translated into, English by creators of any nationality and is designed to cast a wide net for books that deal with the history of Singapore.

NUS History Prize winner Prof Miksic first came to Singapore in 1984 to carry out a test excavation of Fort Canning. His work helped him realise the importance of preserving the city’s heritage, and in his book he has tried to convey this message to a new generation of Singaporeans. The book is a sequel to his earlier books, Empress Place and Old Parliament House, which have also been published in English.

After months of intensive research with their beneficiaries, the eight shortlisted teams of the inaugural =Dreams Asia Breakthrough Prize finally emerged as winners at the ceremony held at Parkroyal Collection Pickering on May 4. They were awarded $25,000 in seed funding and access to mentors and potential funders, among other things.

The judges of the prize, comprising philanthropists, academicians, social entrepreneurs and policymakers, crowned Team Empowered Families Initiative (EFI) as the grand winner of the competition for their developmental initiative that aims to invest in the aspirations and plans of low-income families to improve their living circumstances. The other shortlisted teams were Grassroots Movement, Infinite Possibilities and Lifelong Learning for All.

In a country where the number of migrant workers is growing rapidly, one migrant worker from Tamil Nadu has won the Singapore Prize for his innovative invention that helps people find a job and make a better life for themselves and their family. The migrant worker has now become a global ambassador for his invention, which can be used by migrants all over the world. He is also set to represent India at the 2023 Earthshot Prize awards ceremony in Singapore. The event will be the third in the series of prizes organised by Prince William, with previous events in London and Boston.