Vietnamese culture has always been a big draw in Singapore, but this year saw the country’s cultural scene become the first to hit new heights.
The country’s top-rated TV show is also one of the most popular entertainment shows on the internet.
But what makes this new show so popular in Singapore is its theme: the ‘Hands of God’.
Read more:Vietnamese-language news site VNS.com reports that the show is part of a cultural phenomenon in Singapore.
The show’s creators say it is a way to celebrate the countrys new openness to the outside world and to show the world what the country has to offer.
Vietan-language website VNS also reports that it has already sold out of its ‘Handed Hands of God’ t-shirt.
The new series follows a fictional family, led by a man named Ho Chi Minh, who travels to Vietnam to meet the country´s first Pope, the Pope Francis, who also happens to be a Buddhist.
The series stars a young Vietnamese woman named Duan, who is given the task of meeting the Pope.
She goes to a local temple to learn more about Buddhism and the life of the Buddha.
The first episode is released in 2018.
It is available for free to viewers who are registered on VNS and who subscribe to the VNS YouTube channel.
The series is also available on Vimeo for viewers who have a VNS account and are logged into the Vns account on their mobile device.
Watch the first episode:VN:F [1.9.22_1171]