A touching story’s odyssey from print to blogs – Joel Martinsen

From Wang Keqin’s blog, translated by Danwei:

There’s a story circulating online concerning a disabled migrant worker who gets into an argument over the price of his train ticket. It appears to have first surfaced sometime last fall, and probably has found renewed interest following the reports of the grandmother who was arrested for collecting used bottles on a train.

…On a train to Xi’an, a pretty attendant glared at middle-aged man who looked like a migrant worker and said loudly, “Ticket check.”

The middle-aged man searched all over, and finally found it, but he held in his hand. The attendant looked at him queerly, and laughed. “This is a children’s ticket.”… [Full Text]

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