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  • Monday, 05 Dec 2016

Kuan started a 10-sen taxi service and hired a driver to ferry the sick, disabled and poor. Photo: The Star/Sam Tham

Former cop Kuan Chee Heng’s post on Facebook went viral recently. He caught the public’s attention in how he bought three cars for a pittance ... only 10 sen each. These used vehicles – two Proton Iswaras and a Toyota Avanza – were offered to him to be used to help the needy.

Recently, he started a 10-sen taxi service and hired a driver to ferry the sick, disabled and, basically, poor folks, to and from hospital.

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