THE Emperor Group's Albert Yeung Sau-shing reappeared in Western Court yesterday, but no additional charge was laid against him. Yeung, represented by Ching Wong, pleaded not guilty to one count each of criminal intimidation and false imprisonment. Yeung, 50, is accused of threatening Lam Yih-jiun with intent to alarm him in the Mandarin Oriental Hotel on December 9. He is also alleged to have unlawfully imprisoned Mr Lam at the same hotel and at the Emperor International Exchange Office in Chater Road, Central, on December 9 and 10. Prosecutor Arthur Luk said the Crown would not lay any further charge against Yeung, as indicated last time. Mr Luk said there would be 12 prosecution witnesses. The defence would also call a number of witnesses. The hearing is scheduled to start on May 22 and is expected to take 10 days. Magistrate John Saunders extended Yeung's bail of $100,000.