Kong Meng on Tiger ThroneOne of the best and most aggressive wealth enhancers for businessmen in Asia. Its importance and effectiveness increases in the year of the Fire Dog 2006. Kong Meng is a brilliant military strategist known for his aggressive hunger in gaining wealth, land, and honor for his superior/owner. This is also one of the rare Feng Shui items that is also used to help a person in the area of social, career and business networking. A must have for anyone in the business field. When important decisions are to be made, his presence is most helpful.
He sits on the majestic Tiger Throne which is known for its protective nature against the many forms of malicious intent and bad luck. Even the fierce Tiger obeys to his command, such is his charisma and power.
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