Markus Shaw

Markus Shaw

Markus Shaw is a businessman and life-long citizen of Hong Kong. He is very active in the areas of nature conservation and better urban design. Previously chair of WWF Hong Kong, he now chairs Walk DVRC, an NGO formed to promote pedestrianisation in Hong Kong, specifically on Des Voeux Road Central.

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Opinion | China broke its promises to Hong Kong. That’s why the protest movement is back with a vengeance

Beijing has not really let Hong Kong people rule Hong Kong, contrary to the principle underpinning the Basic Law. When dissent is suppressed without resolving the underlying issue, protest just emerges in another form.

4 Sep 2019 - 9:07AM

Beijing has not really let Hong Kong people rule Hong Kong, contrary to the principle underpinning the Basic Law. When dissent is suppressed without resolving the underlying issue, protest just emerges in another form.

China broke its promises to Hong Kong. That’s why the protest movement is back with a vengeance
Whither our natural wonders?
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Whither our natural wonders?
The flame of hope for our environment's future must be kept burning
Why we're urbanising Hong Kong to death
Where conservation exists in name only
Stop the slaughter in our seas
18 Feb 2005 - 12:00AM
Stop the slaughter in our seas
What price for the Sokos?
10 Jan 2007 - 12:00AM
What price for the Sokos?
Wanted: a truly modern, liberal party
The new breed of citizen
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The new breed of citizen
Catch of the day: a fix for our fisheries crisis
Air we can breathe
20 Nov 2006 - 12:00AM
Air we can breathe
Now we can afford to be green
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Now we can afford to be green
Saving our priceless green assets
31 Oct 2006 - 12:00AM
Saving our priceless green assets
Asia's parochial, make-do 'world city'
Missing the bus, and just about everything else
The real blueprint for a visionary leader
Green offenders laugh all the way to court
HK's disconnect in health and air policy
Planners' myopia distorts long-term vision for city
The wrong kind of economic prudence
Monuments to ego can create a lasting legacy
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Marine legacy for Tsang?
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Officials failing to protect Hoi Ha Wan marine park
The government must stop 'improving' our countryside
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