There could soon be a direct flight between China and Ireland - and one of the key driving forces behind the route is apparently Ireland's many famous film sights.
That's according to a report in the Irish Independent, who claim that a route between Beijing and Dublin will be announced shortly.
The newspaper also proposes that Hainan Airlines could be a likely operator of the flight.
As for the film connection - well, Ireland, together with Northern Ireland, are home to countless locations that have been made famous through exposure in internationally famous films and TV series.
For example, when it comes to Game of Thrones alone, the Irish tourist board names many scenes and settings.
As we've reported extensively over the last few months, there are fast expanding cultural and trade connections between China and Ireland.
For example, in March we revealed that Irish beef is set to be promoted in China thanks to a multi-million pound investment from the European Union and the Irish Food Board.