Having captured Xujiangjiang, the Dai Viet army robbed more weapons, and they gained even more when the end of 1427, Dai Viet army defeated 150,000 Ming army reinforcements. Hello is there anybody in there poster. Dai Viet used to write the whole letter as the number of weapons Le Loi took from the military institute was twice as much as the number obtained from Xuong Giang. When more than 80,000 troops and Ming civilians eventually withdrew from Dai Viet in January 1428, it was certain that the number of Minh soldiers had deprived their weapons. The number of weapons as well as the Ming people still remained in Dai Viet after the withdrawal of the Ming army caused great concern for the Northern court. The Ming continuously asked Dai Viet to return the soldiers, and weapons. Regarding weapons, although it was officially told to pay off, Dai Viet did not return any items and eventually the Ming Dynasty had to give up its claim.