Tai Chi Marthon: Yang 16 Tai Chi by Level 3 everydaytaichi students at Kilauea District Park, Honolulu, Hawaii
Vegetarian potsticker filled with kabocha pumpkin and Chinese dry land taro.
Seasoned with grated ginger, turmeric, black beans, green onions, vegetarian oyster sauce, and lots of sesame seeds.
The slideshow below tries to recapture Caroline's fun experiences in her younger years.
The 2 photos below are of the Metropolitan Opera House in New York City, where Caroline's daughter Justine toured with her Wellesley women's choir.
Roasted Chinese peas and roasted Kunia tomatoes along with a shoyu garlic dill vinaigrette dressing with tofu was very flavorful, full of different herbs and textures, that made your tongue tingle with delight!
There is a little story behind each of the plants shown here. The original Myer lemon tree came from ken's dad's house and that tree that grew for 40 years has a keiki that ken has airlayered. The staghorn ferns were from a former tai chi student. But most of all the plants keep our yard very vibrant as they thrive with all the care ken gives them.
Playing Tai Chi Continuously Can Bring You Peace and Relaxation by everydaytaichi lucy chun at Kilauea Park, Honolulu, Hawaii
Tofu, roasted carrot, sesame garlic dill vinaigrette salad topped with finely grated fresh ginger and turmeric...a refreshing, favorite of everydaytaichi lucy, Honolulu, Hawaii
3rd Year Anniversary as Volunteer Television Producers for Olelo, Oahu's Community Media Station by everydaytaichi lucy, Honolulu, Hawaii
Ken, Victor and Lucy became producers for Olelo since February 2014. We have fulfilled our everydaytaichi mission to teach tai chi to all who are interested. By sharing our videos with our local community media station, lucy and her production team are able to reach out to many around the island. We hope those who watch our three regular programs have gained enjoyment as well as better health as they do tai chi with us.
The picture above at the Honolulu Convention Center where Lucy was awarded the "Rookie of the Year" award for having produced the most movies in the short time she had started with Olelo.
We continue to film and enjoy our partnership with Olelo!
Click here to learn more about our Olelo connection.
everydaytaichi Lucy & Ken: Tai Chi Aloha Duets Around the World by everydaytaichi lucy, Honolulu, Hawaii
45 years ago this very day Lucy & Ken celebrated David's marriage to Diane in Sacramento, everydaytaichi lucy, Honolulu
Lucy's parents' 75th wedding anniversary was a few days ago on March 23!
Our daughter turns 50 on March 31. Happy 50th Birthday, Caroline! by everydaytaichi lucy and ken, Honolulu, Hawaii
Here are a few photos that show what a great person our oldest daughter is and how she's become a wonderful mother, big sister, aunty... an integral part of the Chun family.
Below is Caroline's slideshow, from Honolulu, to Denver Days, on to Guam, the Bay area, then home in Hawaii.
Click on the play arrow to see highlights of her 50 years!
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