The daughter of Ren Zhengfei, the founder of Huawei, also said that her life seems to pass more slowly now in comparison to the "constant rush" she experienced while working for the company in Shenzhen, as she now has more time that can be devoted to reading and oil painting. "I'm no longer afraid of the unknown", Meng said in a letter published on Huawei's website.
Ms Weng was granted bail 11 days after being detained.
Meng, the daughter of the founder of the smartphone company, is now on bail pending a possible extradition to America for violating U.S. sanctions against Iran.
"When I was in Shenzhen, time used to pass by very quickly". "When the judge announced that I had been given a bail, I ran out of tears at the public gallery applause".
"I always felt like I was being stretched thin and that there was never enough time to get everything done". "I can take the time to discuss minutiae with my colleagues or to carefully complete an oil painting", she said of her time under arrest.Do you work at Huawei?
She additionally thanked her supporters, "the kindness of individuals right here in Canada", and "the kindness of the correctional officers and inmates on the Alouette Correctional Heart for Ladies" the place she was detained. Her case is because of be heard in January.More news: No Time To Die's new teaser is packed full of action
But her lawyers argued this week that even if the allegations were true, they weren't crimes under Canadian law and therefore shouldn't warrant extradition.
Canada has previously declared the arrests of Spavor and Kovrig "arbitrary".
They were formally arrested in May, and can be held for up to 13-and-a-half-months before charges are filed, the Canadian government says.
In September, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau accused China of "utilizing arbitrary detention as a instrument to realize political targets".
And last month, Canada's new foreign affairs minister told his Chinese counterpart the two men's case was his "absolute priority".
Shortly after her arrest, China arrested two Canadians for threatening national security, a move generally considered as retribution.More news: Liverpool opens up 11-point lead over Man City in EPL
China stays committed to safeguard the legitimate rights and interests, including both Chinese citizens and enterprises, she reiterated.
Canada, meanwhile, enlisted the support of allies such as Britain, France, Germany, the United States and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation to press for the release of its two citizens.
News of Meng Wanzhou's arrest in 2018 broke just after China's president Xi Jinping and Donald Trump sat down to dinner in Buenos Aires, Argentina at the G20 summit, to thrash out trade war issues.
Meng Wanzhou, CFO Chinese giant Huawei Technology, has been called the face of the trade war between the United States and China.
Meng, who is Huawei's chief financial officer and the daughter of the tech giant's founder, was arrested at Vancouver's airport last December.
"We expect (Meng) to go back to China safe and sound at an early date", he said.More news: Republicans mount aggressive campaign against impeachment as spotlight turns to Judiciary panel
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