I have a Mansion in the Post-apocalyptic World

After the nuclear war, ruins stretch across the landscape in the apocalypse. If you accidentally survived on the wasteland, then you must be ready to face the endless hunger, ceaseless dangers, the mad zombies at night, and the peculiar mutant creatures that are the aftermath of constant radiation. But for Jiang Chen, this place is heaven. Mansions standing tall, luxurious cars parked on the street, high tech products and gold abandoned everywhere. What? You were the president of a game development company before the war? You were responsible for the development of the 3D virtual reality online multiplayer game? Well, that’s great, why don’t you come work for me. Your salary is two pieces of bread a day. iPhone? Ultra thin design? Don’t you see that the phone I invented is thinner than a condom? Aircraft carrier? Fighter jets? Oh, I have those things as well, but they are designed for space combat. Watch the story of Jiang Chen, who possesses the ability to travel through space and time, as he witnesses the creation of an empire stretched across space and time...

Morning Star LL · Sci-fi
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1609 Chs

Food and Slave

Translator: _Min_ Editor: Rainystars

Inside the Sixth Street, Tulip Hotel.

As an asset of the Zhao Group, this hotel was now a well-known five-star hotel in the entire East Asian region. The guests that stayed here were either merchants from North Alliance Area or dictators from the south.

However, recently, the hotel welcomed a wealthy man with a special identity and generous spending habits. At the price of twenty diamonds, he rented out the entire hotel for a week and sold ten tons of cornmeal in the Sixth Street market.

One kilogram of flour could be exchanged for three credits, and ten tons of cornmeal was 30,000 credits.

On the Sixth Street, it was definitely a huge sum of money.

These black guests didn't seem to mind showing off their wealth. In addition to the ten tons of cornmeal they sold, there was another container full of corn stored in the Port of Wanghai, guarded by more than twenty heavily armed soldiers.