Pyramid Asia.

Two Tibetan boys find an unusual artefact as they climb the mountain looming behind their village. One of the boys, Tashi goes on to attend a Chinese university where he meets Ping, a student of archaeology whom he falls in love with.
When she learns about the artefact, Ping takes it to her archaeology professor who is captivated by its many unique, inexplicable qualities. He is able to decipher the symbols etched onto its surface. They are instructions which activate the artefact, producing a hologram revealing it to be a time capsule created by an ancient, advanced civilisation which managed to destroy itself over 300,000 years earlier.

This civilisation was able to advance by redefining greed and selfishness as a psychological disorder and confiscating, then redistributing the wealth and resources of its leading psychopaths. Its evolution, away from a paradigm of exploitation to a paradigm of empowerment, allowed it to expand and flourish. It built a network of pyramids where lay lines cross, whose purpose was to provide free renewable energy to everyone on Earth. Its advanced technologies enabled the exploration and colonisation of some of the other planets in our solar system and many of its innovations had survived to still influence our present world.

Meanwhile, Ping's father, a wealthy Hong Kong business man is framed by a heroin smuggling gang. Ping attends her father's trial and watches him being wrongly convicted. Only one witness confirms his claims of innocence and after the verdict is handed down this witness, Irfan is set free to become the gang's highest priority target.

A desperate Irfan travels to Ping's university hoping she can help him stay alive. The gang steals the artefact and tries to use it to induce Ping to hand over Irfan, her father's only hope of ever finding justice.
When this fails, the gang dispatches a Vietnamese assassin to kill Irfan and he chases Tashi, Ping and Irfan back to Tibet where ugliness and redemption reign down from the pristine, blue sky.