A four-parts documentary series that cast upon lights on the driving force of Malaysia that is becoming Asia's hub
Malaysia, which is going through a second Korean wave recently, has been the key point of marine transportation between west and the east, and was a country that prospered as a trade center. Malaysia has been a multiracial, multi-cultural nation for a long time, and its unique culture and the gift of nature has set a big asset for Malaysia to become the Asia's hub.
Malaysia attracts more than twenty million visitors yearly. Through their man resources they are becoming a major sightseeing spot, and we will show Malaysia's past, present and the future through four parts to portray how Malaysia is becoming the Asia's hub.
* Part 3- The Heritage of the Forest
: Put a light on Borneo island, which is the second lung after the Amazon.
80% of East Malaysia is a jungle, and it is called the second lung. It is located in the Borneo island. Here, there are 30 national parks that has unique ecosystem. It has a karst topography, limestone cave, and also holds rare animals that has survived through the ice age. We will see the Gunung Mulu National Park which has been set as a UNESCO World heritage site, Niah national park which holds the ancient human remains, the mangrove forest, which works as a guardian of marine ecosystem has been put well, the Bako National park and met the east Malaysia's fertile forest and the precious legacy the forest holds.