After being granted bail by a Canadian judge last Tuesday, Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou posted on WeChat to express her support for her company and country.
"I am in Vancouver with my family. I am proud of Huawei and proud of my motherland. Thanks to everyone who has been concerned about me," reads the post reportedly made by the 46-year-old chief financial officer of the Chinese telecoms giant who now faces the possibility of extradition to the United States.
Meng, who is also the daughter of Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei, was arrested on December 1st at the Vancouver airport at the behest of the US where she faces charges of fraud related to Huawei allegedly violating sanctions against Iran.
Following three days of courtroom drama, Meng was freed on $10 million CAD bail last Tuesday.
Meng has two homes in Vancouver worth a combined $21.9 million CAD.
Her arrest has infuriated Beijing and ignited protests among her compatriots.
Outside of the Vancouver courthouse, Meng's supporters held up signs reading "We love you, Huawei" and "Free Ms. Meng."