Twenty-eight years old, Male, and Chinese. That’s the profile of the most typical person in the world according to research from the National Geographic Magazine. Of course, it’s also nice of them to render a composite image of that person’s face based on thousands of photographs. 
As Arte Johnson would exclaim, “Very interesting!” Even more interesting perhaps would be a composite of what the most aspired face in this planet might be. Of course, the cop-out would be, “It depends.” But, let’s stretch our imagination here for a second. And, feel free leaping to the similarly sensational conclusions as the publication has done. If you can change your face, what will that face look like?
Many have taken this interest to greater—and more serious—lengths, altering their own face via cosmetic surgery. According to the New York Times, having the extreme makeover is highly in demand especially among the immigrant communities here. The motive varies but assimilation seems to be the pervading theme, the need to look “more American”. 
Very interesting, indeed!