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‘Heroes’ video of Huawei Meng Wanzhou’s first commute to work 200 million clicks in an instant

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Hong Kong media “Crowd of people shouting ‘Goddess’, applauding and cheering”

Huawei Vice Chairman Meng Wanzhou arrives at work on the 25th.

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(Hong Kong = Yonhap News) Correspondent Yoon Go-eun = Huawei Vice Chairman Meng Wanzhou, who returned to work last month after being under house arrest in Canada for nearly three years, recorded 200 million views in an instant. Hong Kong media reported.

According to Hong Kong Myungbo on the 26th, Vice Chairman Meng returned to work for the first time at Huawei headquarters in Shenzhen the day before after completing a 21-day quarantine.

Huawei executives flocked to greet him with a round of applause as he went to work wearing a black suit and smiling face.

Myeongbo said, “As Vice Chairman Meng entered the building lobby, the crowd chanted ‘Goddess’ and ‘Welcome back to Goddess’, and cheered with balloons and signs welcoming him.”

In a speech at the site, Meng said, “It’s so familiar and natural to come back to the company and hear your smiles and laughter. For the past three years, we were tens of thousands of miles apart, but we were on the same boat. “I’ve become more courageous,” he said.

He continued, “There is no high mountain that cannot be crossed, and there is no wide sea that cannot be crossed. This is our unchanging belief,” he said. “Thank you for waiting.”

The video of Meng’s first attendance at work was also introduced in Chinese media such as the Chinese state-run Global Times.

On Weibo the day before, the hashtag ‘Meng Wanzhou returned to work’ quickly garnered 240 million views, ranking first in the search rankings.

On September 25, Huawei Vice Chairman Meng Wanzhou arrived at Shenzhen International Airport.
On September 25, Huawei Vice Chairman Meng Wanzhou arrived at Shenzhen International Airport.

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Previously, Meng was arrested by Canadian police at the request of the U.S. government at Vancouver International Airport, Canada in December 2018.

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In January 2019, U.S. prosecutors indicted Meng on charges of violating U.S. sanctions against Iran by using a Hong Kong spoof company to export equipment to Iran, and pushed for extradition of Meng from Canada.

However, Meng filed a lawsuit in a Canadian court to prevent extradition, and after that, he was granted bail on condition that he only stay in his Vancouver home, and he has been put on trial with his feet tied there.

He was released abruptly on the 24th of last month (local time) following an agreement with the U.S. Department of Justice to postpone the indictment, and the next day, he arrived at Shenzhen International Airport on a chartered flight arranged by the Chinese government.

At the time, he was treated like a hero and got off the plane, which was broadcast live by Chinese media.

At the time, the video of her husband, Liu Xiao-chun (45), who was 4 years younger than her husband, who came to meet him at the airport, waving his hand and shouting “I love you” became the most popular video clip on Weibo, with 400 million views and 14,000 comments. .

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