The Ho Chi Minh City Buddhist Sangha and the Viet Nam Guinness Book Center (Vietbooks) have recently announced ten records of Buddhism, including two ancient architectural works, four statues and other fine art works. 1. The most ancient pagoda is Phap Van Pagoda (usually known as Dau Pagoda), located in Thanh Khuong Commune, Thuan Thanh District, Bac Ninh Province, 30 kilometers away from Ha Noi, built in the third century. As a top famous place of Kinh Bac, the pagoda was recognized as national cultural historical monument by the Ministry of Culture and Information. 2. The pagoda with the most unique architecture in Viet Nam is One-Pillar Pagoda (or Lotus Calyx) built on a stone pillar of 4 meters in height and 1.20 meters in diameter in 1049. 3. The pagoda preserving the most art statues is Sung Nghiem Pagoda (or Sugarcane Pagoda), located in Duong Lam Commune, Son Tay Town, Ha Tay Province in the time of Tran Dynasty. The pagoda has up to 287 statues, of which 174 are made from terracotta. 4. The biggest stone Buddha statue of Ly Dynasty in Van Phuc (or Phat Tich) Pagoda, which is 3 meters in height, located in Tien Du District, Bac Ninh Province, built in the seventh to tenth centuries. The pagoda was restored in the time of Ly Dynasty; now, it still possesses some sculptural works of this time, such as ten stone animal statues, including lions, elephants, buffalos, horses and rhinos (two statues of each kind). 5….