HONG KONG – China Daily on Friday won 10 prizes across eight categories at the annual Hong Kong News Awards, one of the most prestigious news-awards events in the city.
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Continuing its 12-year winning streak, China Daily Hong Kong Edition has bagged 105 awards in total. The contest, organized by the Newspaper Society of Hong Kong, this year had 619 entries from 12 Chinese- and English-language newspapers in the city.
Continuing its 12-year winning streak, China Daily Hong Kong Edition has bagged 105 awards in total
China Daily senior reporter Jenny Wang Yuke was China Daily’s biggest winner this year, winning four awards in four categories. A regular winner of such awards, Wang won the top prize in the Best Business News Writing (English) with her story titled Embracing a Sustainable World. She also won first runner-up in Best News Writing (English) and in Best News Reporting, and her wholesome-health series won second runner-up in Best Science News Reporting.
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Reporter Molly Chen Zimo won the Best News Writing (English) award, while Madeleine Fitzpatrick, senior copy editor, culture, was the winner of Best Headline (English), and Sally Zhou Mo was second runner-up in Best Business News Writing (English). Zeng Xinlan was named second runner-up in the Best Young Reporter award. The veteran page-designer team of Mok Kwok-Cheong and Billy Wong won two merit in Best News Page Design, in the single-page and series-page categories.