With the increased advent of globalization and the loosing of borders it is not uncommon to find diverse groups of people living in close proximity of each other. Integration and the meshing of values and beliefs can create confusion and identity issues. Especially when homeland and host country values clash. How to maneuver the complex entanglement of different worlds is something later generations of youth are struggling to embrace. This book therefore helps to provide insight into this sensitive arena by showing how one diasporic group's migration and settlement into a host country has played out in later generations.It highlights the differences third and fourth generation young men and women have encountered and how their gender has determined the interplay of homeland tranditions and values enforced upon their lives.