Vivian Hua

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Country: USA
Email: vivian [at]

LinkIcon.png   [REDEFINE magazine REDEFINE magazine]

Blog: [In All Things, Patterns In All Things, Patterns]
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Vivian Hua is an Editor and Community Manager for ICANNWiki. She is also the CEO and Editor-in-Chief of REDEFINE magazine, as well as a freelance and print designer.[1][2]

Career History

ICANNWiki (2012+)

Hua joined the ICANNWiki team after an unexpected chain of events brought the opportunity into her life. Her interest in Law, travel, writing, and finding creative solutions made the position as Editor and Community Manager immediately appealing.

REDEFINE Media LLC (2004+)

In 2004, Hua founded the music and arts publication, REDEFINE magazine, in Seattle. REDEFINE magazine is a publication dedicated to "constructive growth thru arts journalism", with a focus on "multi-disciplinary feature articles, cross-pollinating events, and the acknowledgement of the diverse influences which drive creation." The publication uses the arts as a jump-off point for further exploring other fields of study, building community, and disseminating positive ideals.[1] REDEFINE Media LLC also serves as a freelance web and print design company.

University of Washington (2006 - 2012)

As a graphic and web designer for the University of Washington's Experimental Educational Unit, Hua crafted print media for youth-affiliated educational programs such as anti-smoking publications, nutrition programs, or media literacy-related projects.


Hua earned a B.A. in Sociology from the University of Washington, with an emphasis on Law, Society, and Social Policy.

Fun Facts

Hua is currently finishing a memoir on love, synchronicity, and personal philosophies, entitled in all things, patterns. She is extremely interested in esoteric knowledge along the lines of mysticism, meditation, tarot, astrology, and divination, and the ways in which intuitive and probability-based concepts can merge with modern scientific methodologies.

Her last name Hua is written in Chinese as 華 (traditional) or 华 (simplified). It is the same Hua that is found in "Chinese nation" (中華民族 traditional; 中华民族 simplified).

She is bilingual in Mandarin Chinese and English, and conversationally competent in Spanish.


  1. 1.0 1.1 About REDEFINE magazine, Retrieved 25 December 2012.
  2. In All Things, Patterns, Retrieved 25 December 2012.