You Can Become A Super Power with a Piggy Bank


For a lay man without going into detailed history I would say that China built a defensive wall to strengthen a place against attack during the Spring and Autumn (771–476 BC). 

China wall (Image courtesy by Crystalinks.com)

For children it may be visualized as a Piggy bank (sometimes penny bank or money-box), a coin container normally used by children. Pygg is an orange-colored clay commonly used during the Middle Ages as a cheap material for pots to store money, called pygg pots or pygg jars.

Earthen_pot_02 220px-Majapahit,_Piggy_Bank (From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

Whatever the Etymology may be, The Great Wall was not only used for defense but as pig bank for the money earned by selling silk through The Silk Road or Silk Route which was an ancient network of trade routes for centuries central to cultural interaction through regions of the Asian continent connecting the East and West and stretching from the Korean peninsula and Japan to the Mediterranean Sea. You can safeguard the coins in pig bank if you don’t break it up with corruption and keep it safe till the time an emergency need arises.

Now is the time to utilize this mountain of money to building The Belt and Road initiative is geographically structured along 6 corridors, and the maritime silk road.

One-belt-one-road.svg(From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

China will now invest $900bn in 65 countries with its manpower too. The return after 15 years will be uncountable. The UK’s pension funding hole is £900bn after Britain’s surprise vote to leave the EU. There is no doubt about China is a Super Power now.

You must understand the priorities of your Lifestyle to make a successful one”

 

 

 

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