A piggy bank has become a hit among Chinese consumers in China and Singapore, with its owners using it to buy luxury goods from overseas.
A company called Piggybank has been selling handmade goods made from the pig’s bones and used for decorative purposes.
The firm is owned by the Shenzhen-based Chinese-born entrepreneur, Dongfang, who has a net worth of around US$30 million.
The piggy is used to make shoes, hats, blankets and other household goods and is popular with Chinese customers in China.
It has also been a big hit in India and Singapore.
In China, the Piggy Bank has become the favourite of Chinese shoppers.
According to the Shenzen Times, its owners sell pig bones in markets as far away as the Chinese city of Shenzhen, and the company sells about 5 million pig bones a month.
In India, it has become an instant hit with Chinese consumers, who have been able to buy items made from pig bones.
The PiggyBank, founded in 2011, has a turnover of about US$10 million and has been able make an impact on the domestic market.
The company has set up shop in Hong Kong, Singapore, India and the Philippines.
It started out selling pig bones as a decorative object, but has since developed a business model around the use of pig bones to make household goods.
The business model is different from traditional pig-making in that it uses the bones to create an artificial fur, which is then woven into other materials.
A pig bone is an artificial product, with the bones being made of bone and muscle, which can be used for leather, fiber, fabrics, ceramics and even textiles, and can be bought online.
The company says that its customers are also attracted by the convenience of using pig bones, and are buying products made from them in bulk.
This is not the first time that Piggy bank had come under fire.
The US-based firm was fined by the US government in 2013 for failing to comply with animal welfare standards.
In a blog post, the company said that pig bones have long been used in traditional Chinese medicine, which are used for centuries as a therapeutic agent, and that pig-bone-based materials are also used in the production of animal products.
According to the company, the pig bone industry has long been associated with a small number of individuals, but that number has grown dramatically in recent years due to the growing interest in pig bones and other materials from pig to animal.
Pig bank is one of a number of businesses that has been targeted by US authorities in recent months over its use of animals for its products.
In July, US prosecutors filed a criminal complaint against the US-registered firm, alleging that it was engaged in animal experimentation, including using pig bone as an ingredient in cosmetic products, cosmetics and toothpaste.
The lawsuit said that the pig bones were used for the production and sale of pig skin, as well as animal meat and bones, in China to raise profits.
The US Department of Justice also accused the company of operating a manufacturing facility for animal products in China with facilities in Shenzhen and Guangzhou.
According the complaint, Piggy banks was not the only company to have been targeted in recent weeks by US prosecutors.
In February, the US Attorney’s Office in Philadelphia accused the same company of manufacturing animal products from pig bone.