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Published on Apr 23, 2014
Cooking Takes Heat Talk doesn't cook rice, but action comes at a cost. This speech discusses my own experience with this cost in moving to China to adopt my sister, an orphan who suffered from Esophageal Atresia prior to her successful operation. It also expresses the importance of action, in spite of this cost.
After a family vote, Karis Tai moved to China with her parents and younger brother in the hopes of adopting a baby girl. Karis now enjoys playing with her new little sister, public speaking and APAC Forensics, and working with the Baobei Foundation to visit, babysit, and care for orphans with severe birth defects. Moving to China has paved the way for many more opportunities for action for Karis and her family, and she hopes to continue to take advantage of these.