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Great to hear the conference went well! Looks like China is becoming a
country in hosting top conferences.

Great research +great food +great culture + great people + great
organization = successful conference

Alvin
 On Aug 22, 2013 6:23 AM, "Barry Wellman" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

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> This was a great social networks conference, one of the best that I
> attended. The papers were solid -- better than most Sunbelts that I have
> seen. The colleagues from East Asia and elsewhere were delightful, and the
> hospitality was out of this world.
>
> Most papers were in English, although there was a separate track for
> Chinese-language papers.
>
> Here's the program:
>
> http://insna2013.xjtu.edu.cn/**Conference_Program.aspx<http://insna2013.xjtu.edu.cn/Conference_Program.aspx>
>
> Huge praise to Prof Yanjie Bian, conference manager Vivian Wang, and their
> associates for great organizing and welcoming.
>
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