What goes on Inside Huawei’s headquarters in China?

Huawei is in a bit of a mess right now. Google, Intel, Qualcomm, Broadcom and a few other top U.S. companies have been told by the American Government to stop doing business with the Chinese company.

The move has devastating ramifications for Huawei potentially halting critical component supplies the company needs to run its business.

This is on the back of accusations by the U.S. that Huawei is aiding the Chinese Government in espionage.

While one can argue that the accusations are unfounded, Huawei has not exactly been forthcoming with an explanation on what it will do to de-escalate the situation.

Or have they?

In February of this year, Huawei took out a full-page ad in the Wall Street Journal inviting the U.S. media to visit its facilities and employees in its headquarters in China.

It was an “interesting” gesture but would a visit to Huawei headquarters clear the air on Huawei’s precarious situation with the U.S. Government?

It turns out, Vice News was the only news organisation that took up the invitation and this is what they found out.

Amin Ashaari