Cloudflare CDN traffic for visitors from China is forwarded to Cloudflare’s server in Los Angeles. You may consider using a low-cost MechanicWeb hosting in Los Angeles to optimize traffic for the origin server for dynamic HTML pages. Their cheapest Smart shared hosting plan is available for $4.25 per month and offers 1 GB of RAM, 1 CPU core, 20 concurrent entry processes, 10 GB of NVMe storage (with a questionably low disk speed of 20 Mb/s) and two domains, but still includes Cloudflare Railgun access, HTTP/3 protocol support and MailChannels. MechanicWeb provides an object cache on a Memcached server with SASL security, which ensures that each user has their own Memcached instance. This makes MechanicWeb the perfect choice for eCommerce websites. The full list of features can be found here. MechanicWeb’s Los Angeles server has modern hardware, multiple 100 GBps network uplinks, and is connected to 300+ peers via various fiber transport links on the local Internet Exchange. The Los Angeles server is based on the workstation-grade Intel Xeon E-2288G (Q2 2019, 9th generation Coffee Lake) with 8 CPU cores, 16 threads, 5 GHz Turbo, 16 MB cache and DDR4-2666 ECC memory. This is a high-speed CPU, and this server will provide impressive and fast performance for your website.