In an increasingly inter-dependent and globalized world, members of Diaspora no longer feels alienated from their countries of origin. With the growth of Internet, people can stay in touch with their families, as well as staying tuned on what is going on in their homelands. Diaspora is also often pro-active in political engagement, in their countries by regularly following political and social events, and making comments in public forums and on media articles. Nonetheless, members of Diaspora often engage in creating websites and founding newspapers about their countries of origin in order to assist in the promotion of those countries. However, being attached to their countries of origin brings the question of integration in countries where members of Diaspora work and live and we may ask if the world is turning towards detachment and mixture of people with multiple senses of belonging, and to what extend media contributed to these changes.