An unlikely trio bond over charity work


Angela Karto, Datuk Yasmin Yusuff and Tan Wan Jia first banded together to help the needy during the MCO, and continue to do til today. - photo: YAP CHEE HONG/The Star

Well-known Malaysian DJ, singer, actress and former beauty queen Datuk Yasmin Yusuff holds up her phone and scrolls swiftly through a spreadsheet.

It takes several minutes before she reaches the end of the sheet, which is a list of hundreds of families and individuals in the aid database for the Caremongers Ampang group of volunteers.

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