"," or without "," before "but&quot

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"Would you like to buy something in Hong Kong but you live overseas?
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"Would you like to buy something in Hong Kong, but you live overseas?

Thank You!!

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Re: "," or without "," before "but&

The second is better.
 

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What Ron said. ;-)
 
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