Submit Your Proposal and Win Awards
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Anyone who writes in Chinese is eligible to participate in the Award regardless of nationality or region. Applicants must submit a writing proposal of their work, which can be in process or has not started yet (works that have been published on any public platform do not fall into this category).
The writing proposal must not have received awards or funding from other organizations, including but not limited to the following: has entered other competitions and won awards, has received funding from other organizations, is produced by a full-time employee of a media organization. In case of any violation, the Sponsor has the right to revoke the awards.
How do I apply?
Applicants must submit a writing proposal that answers the following 5 questions. The response should not exceed 2,500 words.
a. What topic are you planning to write about?
b. Why did you choose this topic? (Why is this topic important? How does this topic relate to you? How does this topic relate to the readers?)
c. How do you plan to execute the plan? (What kinds of interviews, research, or field studies will be conducted? From what angle will it be conducted? How long will it be?)
d. What goal do you plan to achieve with your writing proposal?
e. Briefly describe your experience or past works. What skills do you have to accomplish the goal of this project?
Answer the Questions
Prepare the Proposal
Prepare the Writing Sample
Prepare your writing sample of your proposal to give the judges an idea of your writing ability and writing style.
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How are the winning works selected?
These are authoritative figures in the field of nonfiction writing, and prominent publishers and media professionals in the Chinese-language world.
Each work will be evaluated, discussed, and selected based on the theme, creativity, feasibility, and the author's past achievements.
（in alphabetical order by last name/first letter in Pinyin）
Moving Forward in the Unknown: Connection For MIRROR Fans
The Last Generation of Female Miners——Zhang Gui's Life Story
Their AI Lovers——Real or Just Cyber Love
Taming and Being Tamed: Breeding Tibetan Mastiffs in Lhasa
After the Revolution: From Beirut to Damascus Road
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