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Four more Asian records for Vietnam
  • | VOV | October 27, 2012 09:35 AM
Four Vietnamese records, among 20 recommended by the Vietnam Book of Records, have officially won Asian titles by the Asia Book of Records.
 Mai Dinh Toi with his hand-mande musical instrument
One recognized object is the sheet music book entitled “Tear for the Ocean and CROR Music” by 48-year-old composer Le Van Tuan. The book itself—a compilation of classical, romantic, opera, and rock (CROR) musical genres—is 1.6 metres high, 1.2 metres wide, 0.28 metres thick, and weighs 250 kilograms.

Another record was claimed by a phoenix-formed cake sculpted by craftsmen Ton Nu Thi Ha and MA Phan Ton Tinh Hai.

The third record is owned by Tran Thi Hoang Lan for finding the most colours of natural sand.

Mai Dinh Toi, currently holder of the fourth record, is acknowledged as having the most unique hand-made musical instruments, created from materials including water pipes, motorbike parts, cups, and bottles of fresh water.

The Asia Book of Records’ ceremony to award the most recent Asian records will be held during the 23rd meeting of Vietnamese record breakers at Ho Chi Minh City’s Rex Hotel on October 27.

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