Giang brothers receive $50,000 on-the-spot reward from Hung Thinh Corp

By May Pham   December 28, 2021 | 03:30 am PT
Two Vietnamese acrobats have received $50,000 from Hung Thinh Corp, a real estate enterprise in Vietnam, after setting a new Guinness record for most consecutive stairs climbed while balancing on the head in Spain.

The Giang brothers receive congratulations and their spot reward from the representative of Hung Thinh Corp. Photo by Hung Thinh Corp

Previously, at 1 p.m. on Dec. 23 (local time) in Girona, Spain, the Giang brothers successfully set a new Guinness record: climbing 100 consecutive stairs while balancing a person on the head in 53 seconds. The circus princes broke their own record set in December 2016 right here (most consecutive stairs climbed while balancing on the head: 90 stairs, in 52 seconds). The outstanding achievement placed Vietnam on the world circus map.


The Giang brothers perform their death-defying head-to-head balancing act by climbing 100 stairs on the steps of the Cathedral of Girona in Spain. Photo by Hung Thinh Corp

After setting the new record, the Giang brothers received an on-the-spot reward from Hung Thinh Corp right in Spain.

"This victory and honor belong to everyone. We hope today's success will spread positive energy, encouraging people of the world in general and Vietnam in particular to overcome difficulties. We are grateful for the unexpected gift from Hung Thinh Corp. In the near future, the Giang brothers hope to support Hung Thinh Group's activities to spread Vietnamese culture to the world," the Giang brothers said.


The "circus prince" brothers are proud to have set a new Guinness record in Spain. Photo by the Giang brothers

"We would like to send our gratitude and congratulations to the Giang brothers for their outstanding performance. Vietnam is proud to set another Guinness world record. The enormous strength, energy and perseverance of the Giang brothers to set a world record inspire Hung Thinh Corp to keep developing more iconic products, works and destinations to further promote Vietnam’s image to the world. Hopefully, Hung Thinh Corp and the two artists will collaborate in future," a Hung Thinh Corp representative said.

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