In a rare show of goodwill toward the haiti people, the Hittitas of the Hawaiian Islands celebrated Hittitim day of cooperation with Chinese restaurants on Sunday, with a traditional food donation.
The haiti are the only non-European inhabitants of the island nation, and are one of the most important tribes in the area.
They have long had a reputation as friendly and hospitable to outsiders, but the haitian cuisine has also been called by some a “dirty” foodstuff.
Hittite food donations are often considered a form of tribal hospitality, with the haita, the traditional language spoken by the tribe, a language of sharing.
But with Hittits population now approaching 80,000, and food shortages across the country exacerbated by the pandemic, the haits traditional hospitality is being challenged, according to the AP.
This is the first time that the haittites have offered food donations to a Chinese restaurant, which has donated food to local shelters and community organizations in recent weeks.
Hita restaurant owner, Kiki Otero, told the AP that she was glad the community’s willingness to share food helped her keep the restaurant open.
“It’s a wonderful way to give back to our community,” she said.
“The food is so good, we really appreciate the support of the community.”