This paper examines how exotic cuisines become the mechanism glue different ethnic
groups together and enhanced the quality of community life in the so-called Golden
Triangle in the Longgang area of Taoyuan, Taiwan. The Golden Triangle Longgang has
been famous for its cultural diversities, especially the numbers of the exotic restaurants,
including Burma cuisines, Hakka cuisines, Taiwanese cuisines, Chinese Mainlanders’
cuisines, Islamic cuisines and so on. In this paper, the research particularly investigates
the relationships between the Burma cuisines and the quality of community life within
the Burma-Chinese ethnic groups.