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I'm Michy, 29-year old graduate student, an engineer, an amateur home cook, a foodie, traveler, writer, photography, book worm, music enthusiast, couch potato, and an eternal learner.

I enjoy good food -- from home-cooked food, street food, fast food to restaurant food. I love travelling and trying out new cuisines. 

I also love stand-up comedies, drinking coffee, cheesecake, ice cream, and sleeping.

I created this blog to share my food and travel adventures and my endless pursuit to discover and learn new things. 

Got something to ask or something to say? Email me at michymichymoo@dekaphobe.com 



Disclaimer: All photos are taken by me unless otherwise stated.

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