The Singularity University’s China Competition asks one question for Chinese thinkers: “What new product or service can you create, through leveraging technology, that could improve the lives of 10 million Chinese citizens within 5 years?”

This challenge is open to academics, scientists, entrepreneurs, and anyone else in China who is ready to transform their innovative ideas into reality.

The prize is a a scholarship of $25,000 to attend the 2012 Graduate Studies Program (GSP12) at Singularity University in the Silicon Valley, California. From the site: “This 10-week interdisciplinary program brings together entrepreneurial leaders and top graduate and postgraduate students from around the globe to explore solutions aimed at solving some of the world’s most pressing challenges.”

The scholarship is in partnership with Bailie Gifford investment managers and was brought to our attention by Web2Asia.

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