It was fascinating to me in the skin tone test that I was more concerned about the feeling of each one of the faces than the color of the skin. As in the Native American and White American's test, on this test, I found myself having a sense of equality. I think being biracial and bicultural has allowed me the opportunity to see White American and Native Americans as Americans generally speaking. However, because I have not been in contact with so many Native Americans, I tend to be more careful about approaching them. I believe it is the fact that I don't know much about the culture. In terms of the Asian test, I am very concerned about my health and how my childhood health makes me more prone to get sick quickly. It had nothing to do because of the "other" being Asian and more to do with being careful myself. I don't relate cleanliness with the color of the skin or sickness with a particular ethnicity. Diseases come from all races and ethnicities, we just need to care for ourselves and those around us.