Back in the days, Deng Xiaoping (邓), the Imperator (阝) and Don Quixote (d) all had ambitions to become the leader of China. They decided to settle their dispute in a boxing match to the death in Stonehenge's bathroom ((e)ng4). We all know that Deng Xiaoping emerged from the legendary battle as the winner, standing on the Imperator's and Don Quixote's backs, lifting his boxing gloves (又) towards the sky.
Don Quixote (d) built a complex tower of water bottles (氵) in Stonehenge's bathroom ((e)ng4). He set it up so that the water from one bottle is flowing into the next, and as impurities settle (澄) on the bottom of the bottles the water gets clearer and clearer (澄). To retrieve the cleanest water he has to climb (登) to the top of the tower though.