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Domain name holders to register with complete ID info
A new ministry regulation requiring applicants of domain names to provide complete identity information will take effect from Wednesday.
The updated regulation, adopted by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology in August, requires registrars to verify the accuracy of information submitted.
Internet Domain Name Management Measures
any domain name registered through a Registrar based in China or hosted within mainland China, must meet the following requirements
Therefore I assume that my two 12+ year old .cn domains registered in Germany and hosted in the UK comply. They're both working ok this morning.
I run local Chinese servers to bypass the ~500ms lag of the Great Firewall of China
I'll assume you already have an ICP #. When that expires you won't be able to renew it. They require a business to have a physical presence in China. You won't be able to register a ICP Bei’An any longer.