The Nonexistent Mall

Creative Nonfiction by Jade Mark B Capiñanes |
  1. In 2001 an enormous fire razed Kimball Plaza to the ground. Some say it was an accident, some say it was an inside job, and some even say, invoking a popular urban myth, that it was caused by a humanoid snake. The mall was located along Papaya Street, just next to Pioneer Avenue, General Santos City’s commercial capital then. Today, with their old buildings and their lonely alleys, Papaya Street and Pioneer Avenue seem to be relics of a time long gone.

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