For example,there are two kinds of human in the world, one is man, another is woman. Could I say that human is composed of men and women? Is it right to use compose of here? Or should I use include? Like this, Human include men and women. Thank you very much for any helps.
"Composed of" is a good expression to use here. But please note the "d" at the end of "composed".
Also the word "human" can be an adjective ("We are all human."), or it can be a noun meaning an individual person. The word you need in your sentence is "humanity", which means "all human beings everywhere".
So your sentence should be:
"Humanity is composed of men and women."
Another way to say it is:
"Humanity includes men and women."
because "humanity" is singular. Either sentence is correct.
You need to speak more generically when talking of humans. The two most common phrases/words are "the human race" and "humanity". Human is a countable noun, and even using "humans" would potentially imply each human is both male and female.
Humanity is composed of men and women.
The human race includes men and women.
Either of these would be fine.