Solving the Neutrino Puzzle - A Piece from Daya Bay
Neutrinos are the most elusive of the known particles. Carefully-designed experiments and well-characterized detectors are required to reveal their nature. In this talk, I will focus on the lessons learnt from the Daya Bay experiment to demonstrate the oscillation of massive neutrinos, and some unexpected features of reactor antineutrinos. I will also review the outstanding questions about the properties of neutrino, and breifly describe some of the furture experiments that intended to address the issues.