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First she gave him her heart. More than four decades later, she offered him her kidney.
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They had met twice before, when they were in hospital, recovering from surgery. That was after Mr Lin Dilun, 27, donated one of his kidneys to Bryan Liu, six.
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While doing housework one day, she got a phone call that changed her life.
She was given only five minutes to decide whether to accept a kidney from a brain-dead donor.
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One week after he returned to work, a client suddenly asked him: "So, you feeling better?"
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"Guardian angel", “kor kor”, "mad man"
Mr Lin Dilun (above), 27, has been called all that.
You see, he has done something extraordinary. Something that confounds even the experts.
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