En 2009 emprendió un viaje alrededor del mundo que aún no ha terminado y, que registra a través de su cuenta de Instagram para recordar cada momento a través de la comida.

Cada imagen tiene la misma composición; es tomada con su mano derecha mientras sostiene algún alimento con la izquierda. Vinos, cocteles, platos fuertes, dulces, postres y comidas típicas son capturados con increíbles fondos del lugar en el que está.

Hie dijo a Bored Panda, que en 2013, viajó sola por primera vez a países como Alemania, Bélgica, Austria, República Checa, en los que probó deliciosos platos que sentía que debía compartir y recomendar a viajeros de todo el mundo.

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Fue así como inició con el proyecto ‘Girl eat world’ (chica se come el mundo), a través del cual crea delicadas composiciones fotográficas llenas de color que captan la esencia cultural gastronómica de países como Jordania, Japón, Australia, Grecia, Bruselas, Estados Unidos y otros que dan ganas de visitar por su comida e increíbles paisajes.

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Ang Koo kuih, a nyonya cake made of glutinous rice. "Nyonya" is the term for women in chinese malaysian culture, which means this cake was brought to Malaysia through the influence of Chinese immigrants. Traditionally the cakes are red-colored and filled with mung beans – hence the name "ang koo" which means red tortoise, illustrating the shape of the cake which resembles tortoise shell. 🐢🔴 However the ones i found on Armenian street in Penang are not only rainbow colored, they are also filled with different flavors! I forgot what's what (they were mango, coconut brown sugar, red bean and original mung bean) but my favorite was the coconut brown sugar one! I have always seen this cake in Indonesia too but never knew what it was called 😅. Ang koo kuih was traditionally eaten for special full moon festivities but can now be commonly found in markets. ❤️💛💙💚 #GirlEatPenang

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