A List of Human Races

Date 
  December 2012

Size 
  8.5 x 11 inch

Typography
  Baskerville
  Futura

The concept of A List of Human Races is from multiculturalism. The book contains four chapters, including Skin Color, Cuisine, Costume and Conclusion. Through these chapters, the book attempts to make a point of view about discriminations between individuals and several human races. However, do people really hugely differentiate to each other? In fact, according to Telegraph, DNA finds all humans are 99.9 percent the same. Therefore, most important of all, humans should learn respect the uniqueness between all; also find individuals’ specialties to live in life.