F. Art, Literature, and Other Activities for Cultures Culture: A baseball game at the more than century-old Fenway Park in Boston (2015). The term “culture” is broad and refers to the way of life that is developed and shared over time by a particular region or group of people. Thus, many photos classified from A to E also depict cultural activities. Below are photos that do not belong on the previous pages. Art: The garden at the Adachi Museum of Art in Yasugi, Japan, which expresses the beauty of Japanese painter Taikan Yokoyama in three dimensions (2019). Art: A bonsai tree, showing beauty in deadwood, on display at the Omiya Bonsai Art Museum in Saitama, Japan (2023). Art: “Light of Reason” (2014) by Chris Burden at Brandeis University in Waltham, USA (2014). The title comes from the words of Louis D. Brandeis, “If we would guide by the light of reason, we must let our minds be bold.” Art: Rainbow Village (彩虹眷村) in Taichung, which was slated for demolition but turned into a park to preserve the paintings of an elderly resident (2017). Music: The flute player at Boynton Canyon in Sedona (2015). (Cont’d) A heart-shaped stone that he gives to the people he meets. Food: Cakes like real ice cream bars in Singapore, reflecting a playful spirit (2016). (Cont’d) Also in Bangkok (2019). Theater: Visitors can experience the culture of “noh” (能) plays at the Kanazawa Noh Museum in Kanazawa, Japan (2014). Photos: Top pageA. General WorksB. Philosophy and ReligionC. History and GeographyD. Social Sciences and IndustryE. Science and TechnologyF. Art, Literature, and Other Here Thank you for your visit!