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Meng Wanzhou, the chief financial officer of China’s telecom giant Huawei, recently said she was “deeply moved” after she read a letter written by a Japanese who called Meng a “benefactor" following the huge earthquake that hit Japan in 2011, according to Xinhua news agency.
According to a diary released by Huawei on Friday, Meng said she believes in “one good turn deserves another,” referring to a letter from a Japanese citizen who thanked her and Huawei for their rescue effort after a mega earthquake hit Japan in 2011, Xinhua reported.
The letter was sent to Huawei’s office in Japan's Otemachi, Tokyo, the report said.
The Japanese citizen, who was not identified, said that during the earthquake, when most of the companies were busy with evacuation, Huawei’s workers entered the quake-hit zone to repair telecoms devices damaged by the quake, according to the report.
“For such a company that once lent us a hand, whatever reason it might be, it is against humanity to use national force to block Huawei unilaterally,” the Japanese citizen said, adding that "to me, Ms Meng is a benefactor," Xinhua reported.
Meng said she rarely mentioned the fact that she went to Japan in 2011 during the quake, saying it was just her job. But now she felt proud and relieved upon reading the letter.
“It is only when I’m in danger that I know I am loved and cared for by so many people I don’t know,” Meng said.
The letter written to Huawei by a Japanese citizen.