Tourism boost for Sarawak


Lee (seated, centre) witnessing the signing of a deal to.produce a China-Sarawak film to be shot in Miri city as well as Mulu and Niah national parks. Seated on the left is Miri-based production director Oliver Yong and seated on the right is China Global Business Club International director Chen Yu Her. — Stephen Then/The Star

MIRI: A romance movie spanning mainland China and northern Sarawak is in the pipeline, with the movie to prominently feature scenes in Miri city, Mulu National Park and Niah National Park.

Called Blue Tears, the movie will be the first film jointly produced by China and Sarawak.

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