Every day from 4 to 6pm, an elderly foreign man and his Vietnamese wife can be seen sticking reflective tape onto the bicycles of any passersby for free in Da Nang City. American vet finds peaceful home in Da Nang US army veteran returns to Vietnam to heal scars of war David Clark is seen sticking reflective tapes onto the bicycles of a passer-by in Da Nang City. — Photo cadn.com.vn His name is David Clark, an American war veteran who previously served his country in Da Nang. Now the city is his second home and a place where he helps heal the scars of war with modest but meaningful acts. By sticking reflective tape on the bicycles, the 70-year-old man expects to help bikers avoid traffic accidents at night. The tape is purchased and shipped to Vietnam from the US and each red strip costs about US$400, while silver piece costs $250, all paid for from Clark’s savings and his friends’ support. The idea of providing free reflective tape to bikers occurred to Clark after many field trips to mountainous A Luoi District in the central province of Hue to survey the construction of a school for disadvantaged children…. Read full this story
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