TENCENT TECH - Mar 2 - Chinese dating site Baihe.com has now made real-name registration mandatory on its site. As of today, all new and existing Baihe users will be able to make full use of the site's dating services only after undergoing real-name registration. Baihe CEO Tian Fanjiang said that the site had seen a 20% decline in users. 80% of existing paying users have switched to real-name registration, as have more than 50% of free users. Baihe has seen a 70% drop in complaints about malicious or fraudulent user behavior. "Real-name registration will increase the quality of marriage-oriented romantic connections," Tian said. "It will provide a professional path for the development of commercial dating site business models, differentiating them from free social networking services."