The Indochina Pact was a pact signed by China, Malaysia, Burma, Singapore, and Thailand on December 8, 2007.
On December 8, 2007 Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping met with Malaysian leader Mizan Zainal Abidin, Burmese dictator Than Shwe, Singapore president Sellapan Ramanathan, and Thai King Bhumibol Adulyadej in Bejing. Jinping said that they should become part of China because of the US presence in the Middle East and Asia. The Vice President then warned, "Your turn will be next". The leaders, fearful of what Jinping said, agreed only with the condition of being semi-autonoumous. China agreed and the Indochina Pact was signed.
After the Pact the Chinese military was sent to the countries. The country's local military became part of the Chinese military. With its expansion China became the Chinese Communist Empire. Some people in Indochina were unhappy and formed the Indochina Liberation Corps, and began combat with Chinese troops.