Yuka Ogata, the Japanese councilwoman forced out of the assembly hall after bringing her baby last year, was again kicked out of a plenary session for sucking a cough drop while speaking.
The incident last Friday had council members in Kumamoto, southern Japan deliberating over an appropriate punishment for eight hours, while the actual meeting was estimated to last for only two hours.
Chinese pharmaceutical firm Kingworld Medicines Group saw its shares skyrocket Monday after it was revealed that New Yorkers have been buying a significant amount of its popular cough syrup.
The Hong Kong-listed company’s stock closed with over a 27% increase Monday following an article that was published last week by the Wall Street Journal discussing the popularity of “Nin Jiom Pei Pa Koa cough syrup.”
Nestlé has just released its new flavor for its Kit Kat brand in Japan, and fans are having second thoughts on whether it’s actually good or not.
According to Nestlé, the new Kit Kat Nodo Ame Aji, which literally translates to Kit Kat Cough Drop Flavor, contains 2.1% of throat lozenges powder for each serving, SoraNews24 reported.