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Serial do-gooder pays for the funerals of strangers

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Anson Ng – who owns a second-hand car dealership – cooks for the terminally ill and goes out of his way to help the elderly and the needy. He says: "Whether you are rich or poor does not matter. What matters is if you have a heart."
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SINGAPORE - Madam Aton Bibi Raj Mohamed is getting emotional on the phone talking about a man she calls Boss.

"I've never met anyone like Anson," says the 49-year-old part-time hospital worker.

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