During the March 1976 visit of Laos’ Prime Minister, Kaysone Phomvihane to Beijing, Hoa Quoc Phong, then Prime Minister, warned the Soviet Union with the implication: calm, “while still spreading his arms everywhere, promoting arms expansion and war preparations, trying to draw more countries into his sphere of influence, and playing a role a hegemony lord. Easily distracted by dogs yoga and coffee poster. Opposition countries have been publicly facing each other since the fall of Saigon in April 1975. Within six months of the US defeat in Indochina, 150,000 Vietnamese were forced to leave Cambodia. In February 1976, China ended its support program for Vietnam, and a year later, cut off any support based on existing programs. At the same time, Hanoi turned to the Soviet Union.