Niu Valley Boulder Removal Project 9-18-2011 Just as the removal of this huge boulder required careful planning, co-ordinating of ideas, and accuracy to maneuver it to prevent accidents, our performance in Tai Chi requires concentration, precision and timing to make our form smooth and flowing. In both cases, proper alignment is our primary focus. Furthermore, safe and natural positions for balancing are implemented for a successful outcome that prevents injury and falls.
Lucy is quoted and interviewed by Ben Gutierrez Hawaii News Now KHNL
Click Here KITV interviews Lucy after the boulder was successfully REMOVED! We are overjoyed. We've been waiting since 7 a.m. Saturday morning and it’s finally come to fruition and we feel very happy that everything has come to a good end,” said resident Lucille Chun. Chun and her husband allowed residents to gather in their home’s driveway to watch as crews removed the boulder.
Lucy and Ken were interviewed by KHON 2 after the All Clear was sounded. See also a time laspe video to see the rolling of the boulder. Also, see friends and neighbors. Niu Valley residents return home after evacuation Click here The Star Advertiser describes how the Chun garage was used as a command post. Read More
The Chun family, whose home's carport was being used as a command post by Texeira, intended to spend the night at a relative's house in Kuliouou. Lucy Chun said that at first it was jarring for the family to learn Wednesday that it would need to join other neighbors in finding other housing arrangements this weekend. After spending much of the day observing the progress, however, Chun said, "In the long run, it's better that they're getting this done now."