The Chinese government has allowed 30 internet cafes in Beijing to reopen after a city-wide safety crackdown.
More than 2,400 cafes were closed after a fire killed 25 customers in Beijing's university district last month.
But according to the China Youth Daily newspaper the reopened cafes will operate under strict new regulations.
Customers will have to register to use the computers, smoking and underage customers will be banned and cafes will have to close by midnight.
Venues will also be required to have unbarred windows and fire extinguishers.
Every internet cafe in Beijing was shut down after the blaze on 16 June at the Lanjisu Cafe in the city's Haidian district.
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