Singapore Prize Winners Announced
The Singapore prize is a biennial award for the best published works of fiction, non-fiction and poetry written by a Singaporean author in any of the four official languages: Chinese, English, Malay, and Tamil. It is administered by the National Book Development Council of Singapore, and supported by the National Arts Council and the National Library Board. The prize carries a top prize of $10,000. It is given out in conjunction with the Singapore International Book Fair.
The winner of the inaugural prize will be awarded a trophy and a gift code to audiobook platform Storytel. The prize will also be presented at a public ceremony in the city’s arts district, with Minister for Culture, Community and Youth Edwin Tong as the guest of honour. This year, the prize received more than 3,400 nominations from the general public, with winners voted by readers.
Prof Miksic’s book, which lays out the findings of his archaeological digs at Fort Canning and other sites around Singapore, is the result of over two decades of research. His discoveries of glass shards, bronze bowls, coins and pottery have suggested that there was an ancient community in Singapore long before Sir Stamford Raffles set foot on the island in 1819. He said the book was intended to tell some 1,000 volunteers who helped with excavations over the years that their work had made an important contribution to Singapore history.
Applicants can use this scholarship to further their studies in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. The scholarship covers all tuition fees and living allowance. It is available to international students.
This is one of the most prestigious scholarships in the world. It provides a full tuition waiver, stipend and travel expenses for a Master’s or Doctoral degree in any field of study at a Singapore university. It is offered to exceptional students who wish to pursue a higher degree in one of the most vibrant and dynamic regions of the world.
A total of 132 players will compete in the tournament, which has been sanctioned by the European Tour and will feature the standard 72-hole format. A cut will be made on Friday, after which only the top 65 players and ties will progress to the final two rounds. The defending champion, Justin Rose, won the 2017 tournament, taking home a cheque for $340,000.
The tournament will be held at the Sentosa Golf Club in Singapore. Besides the main competition, there will be a number of side events and activities for fans to enjoy. A full schedule will be announced closer to the event.
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