A man ducks under a turnstile in the Shanghai Metro. Nearly 40,000 fare dodgers have been caught so far this year. Photo: SCMP A man ducks under a turnstile in the Shanghai Metro. Nearly 40,000 fare dodgers have been caught so far this year. Photo: SCMP
A man ducks under a turnstile in the Shanghai Metro. Nearly 40,000 fare dodgers have been caught so far this year. Photo: SCMP
Alice Yan
Opinion

Opinion

Alice Yan

Shanghai includes fare dodgers on credit blacklists

Those who try to ride Metro for free risk being denied loans and jobs, but some say campaign doomed to fail because tickets are too expensive

A man ducks under a turnstile in the Shanghai Metro. Nearly 40,000 fare dodgers have been caught so far this year. Photo: SCMP A man ducks under a turnstile in the Shanghai Metro. Nearly 40,000 fare dodgers have been caught so far this year. Photo: SCMP
A man ducks under a turnstile in the Shanghai Metro. Nearly 40,000 fare dodgers have been caught so far this year. Photo: SCMP
READ FULL ARTICLE
Alice Yan

Alice Yan

Alice Yan is a Shanghai-based social and medical news reporter. She started her journalism career in 2003 and has degrees in economics and public administration.