The independence of the United Stated of AmericaThe founders of the United States knew that independence was something to celebrate. And although U.S. Independence Day celebrations have evolved over time, July 4th festivities remain an important part of American life. But Independence Day wasn’t supposed to be on July 4. In the spring of 1775, after more than a decade of agitation against British policies and the first battles of the War for Independence, the 13 American colonies sent representatives to the first Continental Congress in Philadelphia.

After much debate about severing ties with Britain, the representatives voted unanimously for independence on July 2, 1776. The next day, in a letter to his wife, Massachusetts Representative John Adams said the date “ought to be solemnized with Pomp and Parade, with Shews, Games, Sports, Guns, Bells, Bonfires and Illuminations from one End of this Continent to the other from this Time forward forever more.”

The independence of the United Stated of America

Many representatives to the Continental Congress worried that a vote on independence wasn’t enough: They wanted to explain their decision to the world. So two days after its momentous vote, the Continental Congress approved the Declaration of Independence and sent copies throughout the fledgling country. The declaration bore the date of July 4, which the new nation embraced as Independence Day. Read more…


Embassy of the United States of America. (2012). Independence Day:

Relationship between Assumption University of Thailand and United States

On the occasion of the Independence Day of the United States (July 4, 2022), the management, administrators, lecturers, staff, students and alumni of Assumption University of Thailand (AU), would like to congratulate and express their sincerest & best wishes for the American happiness, successes and prosperity.

Honorable Guests from United States Visited Assumption University of Thailand during Many Important Occasions.

Administrators from Gragg Co.Ltd., the United States of America visited Assumption University Suvarnabhumi campus on 24th June 2011.

The group was welcomed by Public Relations officers.

Ambassador of the United States to the Kingdom of Thailand, H.E. Mr. Glyn T. Davies, was an honored guest giving a special lecture to students and faculty members, Schools of Business Administration and Economy, under the topic of "U.S.-THAI FRIENDSHIP COMMEMORATIVE KEYNOTE ADDRESS". Rev. Bro. Dr. Bancha Saenghiran, President-Rector Magnificus, delivered the opening remarks presiding over the occasion, on January 17, 2017. Read more… 

Rev. Bro. Bancha Saenghiran, President-Rector Magnificus of Assumption University greeted

Mr. W. Patrick Murphy, the Charge d’ affaires, a.i.,
The Embassy of the United States of America at the 239th Independence Day celebration at the Grand Hyatt Erawan Hotel on July 2, 2015. Read more…