"I had returned home late from work before as my bike broke down on the road. I had to walk home with it because there's no repair shop nearby. I was so tired I would feel angry with my family. That's why I want to help others for free so they will feel less miserable and tired during the dead of night," he said. At 11 pm, Huynh Thanh Sang said he was returning home when he had a tyre problem on National Highway 1. He was walking his bike home when Tung arrived and offered help. At first, Sang was reluctant, fearing that he would be overcharged but Tung persuaded him and said he could be called for help from other travellers. … [Read more...] about HCM City man offers free nighttime motorbike repair service
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On January 27, 1973, the United States formally agreed to end its war in Viet Nam and pledged to “respect the independence, sovereignty, unity, and territorial integrity of Viet Nam.” But it continued to support, arm, and finance military war until the final victory of Viet Nam in April 1975. Then for the next 20 years, it waged economic, political, and psychological war against the Vietnamese nation. Central to that war was the demand that Viet Nam account for thousands of Americans missing in combat, whom many Americans believed were being held by Viet Nam as POWs. … [Read more...] about What does the future hold for relations between Vietnam and US?
David Belle invented parkour in France, but the United Kingdom is the place which has the most people participating in the sport. It became well-known after David Belle appeared in a commercial for the BBC in 2002. The parkour chase scene at the beginning of the James Bond movie, Casino Royale, featured Sebastien Foucan, one of the first generations of parkour athletes. Ryan Doyle from Liverpool, England is considered the greatest parkour athlete. Parkour is banned in some cities such as New York City in the United States or Horsham in England because of its dangerous moves. … [Read more...] about Parkour: a global sport deeply rooted in Việt Nam