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    HostingCon in Asia ?

    Hi Guys,

    Any plans to have HostingCon in Asia someday?

    I will volunteer
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    Great idea!

    Singapore perhaps and I will come
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    Yep, SG will be a good choice or maybe HK.
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    I think someone from Asia has to organize this.
    HK or SG I think I can set this in my calendar.
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    yeps a good idea

    singapore is a good choice though it is at the extreme East

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    Thailand ? Good views

    If it singapore or Hongkong i can go to to Hostingcon

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    I suggest Afghanistan


    Anyways HK sounds good.

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    HC is still very US-centric, I wouldn't see it going outside of the US. WebHostingDay is more of the international show.

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    I think Asian hosting companies don't have to beg for HostingCon.
    I mean we have money and we can surely have sponsors.

    If HC is US-centric then why don't we make an Asian-centric conference. I love to see Asian countries develop this kind of team and maybe right some policies in the future besides our market is much much bigger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yujin View Post
    I think Asian hosting companies don't have to beg for HostingCon.
    I mean we have money and we can surely have sponsors.

    If HC is US-centric then why don't we make an Asian-centric conference. I love to see Asian countries develop this kind of team and maybe right some policies in the future besides our market is much much bigger.
    It's indeed good idea.

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    Care to list all Asian hosting providers?
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    Better to start new thread with title..

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    What kind of attendance could be expected at an Asian event? Where are the best locations in Asia to hold a hosting conference?
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    HK may be good, then SG

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    cost of webhosting is high in Asia due to small scale production and bandwidth cost, so maybe it is too early to conduct hostingcon in Asia.

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