Huawei's main chief financial officer, Chinese telecommunications, celebrated his first day out on bail in Canada on Wednesday with guests and pleasant boxes from Pizza Domino.
After accused of penalties forced to impose curfew and ankle bracelet as she waited for potential extradition to the US, Princess Huawei, Meng Wanzhou, could be said to have fallen in magnificent of grace.
But Meng, the hereside, collects together the global technology of his biliwnist father, strives to get close to himself with a little home comfort.
The Huawei CFO was arrested on December 1 on U.S. warranty. to deal with alleged penalties with Iran, while changing aircraft in Vancouver.
She faces more than 30 years in prison if she was convicted, but she was released on a $ 10 million Canadian loan (US $ 7.5million) on Tuesday until the result extradition hearing, which may take months, or even years, if appeals are made in the case.
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The Chief Finance Officer of Huawei Meng Wanzhou is seen outside a parallax office in Vancouver on Wednesday
Security is seen above Meng's escort to the parole office a day after having been bail by a British Columbia judge
Pizza presenter arrives at Meng's home in Vancouver on Wednesday
An unknown man receives the pizza boxes by a Domino distributing man at Meng's house in Vancouver on Wednesday
The next morning Meng was seen by AFP in answer to the front door of his Vancouver house to three visitors bringing flowers that reached a diplomatic platinum sedan.
Outside, a crowd of local residents walked their dogs past a group of journalists while a security guardian watched from a car down the block.
Later, Meng left to offer pizza slices of correspondents he had ordered (they are polite refusal).
In 2009 Meng, Liu Xiaozong, bought the six-bedroom house where she must stay in the Dunbar valley of Vancouver – a quiet leaflet enclave from one-family homes, a few blocks of urban forest.
Although it is valued at a company of $ 5.6million ($ 4.2 million in the US), the house is on a large corner of a large corner with views of the majestic mountains of the northern seaside of the Pacific Sea – & # 39; n obviously scary.
Meng Liu Xiaozong bought the six-bedroomed house where she must stay in the Dunbar area of Vancouver in 2009
Individuals arrived with flowers that came out of a vehicle with consular plates at home
Later, Meng left to offer pizza slices of correspondents she had ordered (they declined politely)
The man who is likely to be Chinese diplomats shows Meng's flowers after arriving at home on Wednesday
Meng's case has created mass media interest due to the global ramifications. Reporters are found outside the home in Vancouver
Colleen McGuinness, who lives in the neighborhood, said the response to the execution of the executive had been ruined.
And I do not think I'll see it in the grocery store, & # 39; says McGuinness at AFP.
She's obviously been here in front of her, she's another person in the neighborhood, but with some entourage.
Meng's wife, Liu, lived in the 28th Avenue until 2012 while working on a Masters degree, and the couple's young son attended a local pre-school.
Meng's laws have also spent several months in the house, and her mother and eldest son also visited.
And, although my work obligations usually mean that I'm traveling extensively, I always try to spend at least two to three weeks in Vancouver every summer, & # 39; he said in court.
The couple bought a second home in the Shaughnessy townhouse which is an estimated $ 16.3million worth of Canada (US $ 12.2 million). It is currently being refurbished.
Meng's case has split the large Chinese-Canadian community of the great city of the Pacific Ocean coast.
And I was surprised about how much Violet I got from Meng fans, saying it should be released, says Justin Fung, whose parents emigrated from Hong Kong in the 1970s, on Twitter.
Meng is seen higher on the very southern farewell to his visitors after staying in her home in Vancouver on Wednesday
And I felt that this was about the rule of law, and I was surprised how some of these people talked about human rights issues.
Speaking to AFP, Fung said that the case, however, is not likely to affect Meng directly: We're a fairly low key city, we regularly get Hollywood stars like It's customary and people are not in their pigs.
On bail, Meng is required to wear an electronic tag and a security team paid by him has been devoted to monitoring his movements in Vancouver.
She also has curfew from 11pm to 7am.
Speaking through a lawyer, Meng tried to face her courage – saying she was looking forward to spending time with her family in Vancouver, and perhaps applying for a PhD program at the British University while the case extradition plays out
Family pictures presented to court showed that it was smiling and striking in tourist areas around the city, including the Stanley Park with the Lions Bridge in the background, and on a boat at False Creek.
Lawyer, David Martin, argued that she was not at risk of flying because she would otherwise embarrass China herself.
Meng also mentioned health reasons for seeking bail.
I've been working hard for 25 years and if I had to be freely arranged, the only simple goal is to have a husband and m. daughter, & # 39; he says.
& # 39; I have not read a novel in years.
As CBS News said, he may have time to finish War and Peace, Anna Karenina and Marcel Proust's complete work before it has been suspended extradition.