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When James Speed Hensinger was 22, he’d already spent nine months fighting in Vietnam, spending his nights in perpetual fear of snipers hiding in the mountains above. So come April of 1970, after fielding multiple night-time hits from a single sniper and his AK47, the 173rd Airborne Brigade — of which Hensinger was a part — decided to hit back with an arsenal of insane proportions.
There’s something wonderful about watching things blow up in sparkly, colourful explosions. This explosive timelapse video of the massive annual International Fireworks Competition in Da Nang, Vietnam, will make your backyard shows look puny by comparison.
To celebrate the 38th anniversary of the liberation of Da Nang, the Vietnam government built this awesome dragon-shaped bridge over the Han River. And to ensure that it totally one-upped the light show on San Francisco’s Bay Bridge, this one is covered in over 2500 LED lights — oh, and it also breathes fire.
Luxury watchmakers seem to be caught up in an arms race to include the most exotic materials in their timepieces. From genuine volcanic ash, to metal from the Titanic to a face stamped from the bodywork of one of the mostrecognizable symbols of the Vietnam War.
Somewhere in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, on the Saigon River, floats the most insane, makeshift boat I’ve ever seen. Seriously. It looks like a floating concrete block being rowed by a construction excavator. Huh?