It is said that one man’s trash can be another man’s treasure, this expression can be applied in different ways, but a specific example is in second-hand and real estate sales. Bo Chunlu is a humble man who lives in Zhu District, Rizhao City, Shandong Province, eastern China.
The man found something he never imagined. It is a stone called “bezoar”, locally known as “pig treasure” and made of hair and other indigestible objects, which is very strange not only in China but all over the world. According to traditional Chinese medicine experts, “treasure pig” can remove toxins from the body. These balls were used in England in the 17th century and are still used in China today. After removing it from the animal’s body, Bo decided to take the 10cm long and 18cm wide ball to Shanghai for evaluation.
This was noted even higher. During his trip, he spent $6,042 to have it appraised by experts, but apparently his investment was not wasted since the balloon was valued at $604,240. For Bo and his family, it was as big a stroke of luck as winning the lottery, and of course, their lives would be changed forever. Certainly, if the saying “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure” applies just fine, you might be using something worth more than you think.