Director Nguyen Minh Chuyen set the record for the maximum number of compositions in literature, cinema films and telefilms on the topic of post-war Vietnam.
Journalist Minh Chuyen used to be a reporter for Thai Binh Newspaper, then a Director of Vietnam Television (VTV). He was originally a military medical soldier with 10 years in the battlefield. After the peace, he had more than 300 works in newspapers, television, literature on post-war topics, war invalids and martyrs and soldiers building the homeland. Not stopping there, in early 2019, he put into operation Bao to donate post-war works in his hometown in Tho Loc village, Minh Khai commune, Vu Thu district, Thai Binh province.
Most of Minh Chuyen’s literary, journalistic, film and television works focus mainly on the topic of revolutionary war and war consequences. The content exudes the moral thought of paying for life, sharing with the victims of war crimes.
At the 51st Meeting of Vietnamese Record Holders which was held in Thai Nguyen – Vietnam, Asia Book of Records (ABR) awarded the record certificate to director Nguyen Minh Chuyen.
Dr.Biswaroop Roy Chowdhury – Chairman of World Records Union (WorldKings) and Ambassador Ngo Quang Xuan – former Vietnamese Ambassador to the United Nations, a member of the Vietnam Record Establishing Council awarded the Asian record to director Nguyen Minh Chuyen.
Nguyen Minh Chuyen (born in 1948) in Ha Noi, Vietnam, set the record for the maximum number of compositions in literature, cinema films and telefilms on the topic of post-war Vietnam. From 1974 to 2022, Writer-Director Nguyen Minh Chuyen has composed and published a total of 145 works (including 65 literary works and 80 cinema films and telefilms) on the topic of post-war Vietnam.