I jumped into the Internet research in fall 1981 when I started my PhD study at MIT, the same month that TCP/IP specifications were published. During my eight years of graduate school, my adviser Dr. David Clark taught me how to think architecturally. After graduation I joined Xerox Palo Alto Research Center (Xerox PARC) and spent seven exciting years there (during this time the Internet went from an obscure research to its initial rollout in a global scale), before being recruited to UCLA computer science department. My original plan was to move onto something new once I got a taste of teaching after a few years at UCLA, but that did not happen — it is simply too much fun working with brilient students and inventing the future together. My mission is to help the Internet grow. See my bio for more details.