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Letter from Meng Wanzhou published online

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  • Release on:2019-05-13
Letter from Meng Wanzhou published online

A letter written by Meng Wanzhou, chief financial officer for Chinese telecommunications company Huawei, was published online on Monday.

The letter, reportedly penned in Vancouver on May 9, read, "My heart remains strong, no matter what difficulty and pressure I encounter at the moment."

Although Meng's freedom of movement was limited to "only a few inches" during her house arrest in Vancouver, the color and scope of her heart had never been so rich and broad, Meng said in the letter.

Everything has a positive side, she added, and the close connection between Meng and the 188,000 "Huawei people" made her feel close and warm.

Meng couldn't help but burst into tears at the end of each court hearing, after seeing so many Huawei people who, despite being separated by vast oceans and time differences, stayed up to hear the latest news.

She was also deeply touched by close friends and strangers alike who left well-wishes and encouragement at Xinsheng Shequ, an online community for Huawei employees, as well as those in Vancouver who attended her court hearing.

Meng said she could feel the warmth of their concern and the power of their support, which makes them all stronger and Huawei's will even more powerful.

Meng was detained in Canada at the request of the US Justice Department late last year. Meng's lawyer informed a Canadian court last week of his concerns the allegations against her were politically motivated.

This letter was written to all staff working at Huawei, according to Meng.

Huawei Technologies Co posted 179.7 billion yuan in revenue in the first quarter of 2019, representing a year-on-year growth of 39 percent, and the company's Q1 net profit margin stood at about 8 percent — slightly higher than the same period last year, according to a statement from the company.

The tech giant is also taking a leading role in global 5G patent applications, topping the list for the world's 5G Standards-Essential Patents according to a report by IPlytics, an authorized patent data company.

5G SEPs are patents any company must use when implementing standardized 5G technology, giving them key value among all patents.