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Jason Tom, Hawaiʻi's Human Beatbox, is recipient of the TEDx Talks Presenter Award and Hawaiʻi's Scene Choice "Best Performer" Award, Hawaiʻi Grammy Award nominated music composer, four-time top 12 Hawaiʻi slam performance poet finalist, an entertainer, musician, voice actor, speaker, mathematics coach, and a giant of an idea.
A complex trauma overcomer, Jason Tom is a fourth-generation American of Hawaiʻi with Chinese ancestry that has not forgotten where he came from and knows where he is going to impact lives.
It began at the tender age of six when Jason Tom recorded his own 1989 beatboxing and scat singing rendition of Michael Jackson’s "Badder," on audio cassette in downtown Honolulu’s concrete jungle. 
Jason Tom left the martial arts competition mat world of judo following his near-life death car accident in the pursuit of purpose to build a "bridge to uplift people, to encourage them about perseverance."
At the University of Hawaiʻi at Kapiʻolani Community College, Jason Tom was a mathematics supplemental instructor and peer mentor in "algebra" while beatboxing around the globe.
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