Kong Meng, Military God of Wealth ~ NetworkingKong Meng brings forth wealth and the strategical mentor knowledge of attaining it for
its owner. Confident and grand, Kong Meng will also give you the business credibility
needed to network with those will be of aid towards your success. An amazing wealth
enhancer for those who plan to be on the road to achievement. While Cai Shen lures in
wealth, Kong Meng gives you the power and initiative to strike out and obtain your
He is immensely popular amongst tycoons successful businessmen in the Asian region.
Suitable to use in homes or offices. Made of solid brass/bronze. A personal favorite and
as of lately, used as a paperweight by many career people.
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