'"The Veritable Records of the Ming" is a massive chronicle, recording the events of nearly 300 years of 13 Emperors of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), including 1329 documents related to Dai Viet and Champa. When studying the relationship between Vietnam and China in the period from 1368 to 1644, many events and characters are recorded quite detailed in the "Veritable Records of the Ming". Meanwhile, the old history books of Vietnam such as "Complete Annals of Dai Viet", "The Imperially Ordered Annotated Text Completely Reflecting the History of Viet" ... are shown in a sketchy manner. With a huge volume, the "Veritable Records of the Ming" is a basic archive that helps a lot in compiling and researching history in China. In the past, Vietnamese historians had known the source of "Veritable Records of the Ming" and had translated some parts to apply to the compilation of the history of Vietnam.