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Ten years ago, Uncle Ku Ching began plans for a unique huaka‘i from sea level up to the summit of Mauna Kea. It would become a journey that changed the next decade of his life.  Ku Ching (pictured on the right with Paul Neves on the left) is a retired chemical engineer, attorney, and former OHA trustee



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