Awards celebrate 18 individuals and groups who have been making positive differences to people’s lives.
By speeding up diagnosis and improving its accuracy, Chapman Lee says his team hopes to help patients, while also tackling manpower issues and lowering costs.
Cathy Jim has created patented products that purify the air by turning pollutants into water and carbon dioxide.
Professor nominated in innovation category of Hong Kong Spirit Awards for making a difference in the healthcare system.
From homeless adults to underprivileged children, 20-year-old helps them all.
Once unable to even hear birds chirping, Jesse So, 16, received a cochlear implant at five and has never looked back.
As a member of Kids4kids, 17-year-old has helped introduce students aspiring to build careers with industry experts.
Cheung Sha Wan resident runs tours for locals to learn more about their neighbourhoods and communities.
Self-taught musician aims to spread positivity, nurture youngsters and unite teachers.
Founders aims to transform communication culture in schools to enhance students’ emotional well-being.
Ajmal Samuel, who has been nominated for a Spirit of Hong Kong Award, has taken businesses to task for not providing wheelchair-friendly or accessible facilities.
Safe haven houses 200 dogs and provides medical care, desexing, vaccination and rehabilitation.
Jen Flowers aims to give women the platform, audience and courage to have a voice.
Student volunteers at Sunshine Action nominated for this year’s Spirit of Hong Kong Awards, in recognition of commitment to helping elderly residents and grass-roots families
Hong Kong resident Inti Fu, founder of NGO Running in the Dark, went blind at age 26 and says she sank into deep depression but the sport helped her turn her life around.
Kenneth Ng, 41, uses his skills to help people with disabilities to find jobs and integrate with the community.
Winnie Chan, fighting for the rights of her peers, says that while their impairment is invisible, their needs are real.
Kwan Sek-yiu and Erikku Lee hold records for the most whole and blood component donations respectively, but always encourage others to surpass them.
With support from donors, restaurant chain distributes about 1,000 free meals across city each day to underprivileged.
Entering its 10th year, event organised by the Post and Sino Group recognises city’s unsung heroes.
Those in running include a group providing safe haven for sex workers, researchers improving food options for the elderly and teenager aiming to lift Hongkongers’ well-being.
‘We did things nobody wanted to deal with at the time,’ says liquid biopsy innovator Stanley Sy.
Pasu Ng’s efforts to help city’s residents break old beliefs have earned him a nomination for this year’s Spirit of Hong Kong Awards.
Professor Paul Yip’s work on a new online platform that parses messages for warning signs of suicidal thoughts has earned him a nomination for this year’s Spirit of Hong Kong Awards.
Writer Anthony Wong, 57, is on a mission to get young people interested in reading and writing, especially about China’s colourful past.
George Wan’s efforts to inspire others to explore the city through guided tours have earned him a nomination in the Spirit of Hong Kong Awards.
Teresa Lam, who wants to use her struggles to help others as a teacher, nominated in perseverance category for Spirit of Hong Kong Awards.
Team of researchers and specialists who want to make softer food more appetising for city’s elderly residents earn Spirit of Hong Kong Awards nod.
Aspiring clinical psychologist Kristen Lei gets Spirit of Hong Kong Awards nod for work towards improving emotional well-being among city’s residents.
Student athlete and aspiring social worker Sam Ngan’s efforts to get on the right track, both figuratively and literally, have earned him a nomination for the Spirit of Hong Kong Awards.