TWO men yesterday went on trial in the High Court accused of kidnapping former Chinachem chairman Wang Teh-huei for US$60 million (HK$464 million) in 1990. Lee Wai-kit, 35, and Tsang Heung-hung, 41, denied the charge before Mr Justice Stuart-Moore and a jury. Wang allegedly drowned shortly after he was seized. Opening the Crown case, prosecutor Paul Dinan said Wang, 57, was kidnapped on April 10, 1990, and had not been seen since. Counsel said he was taken to Aberdeen, put onto a sampan, taken to a fishing boat off Lamma, and later transferred to a bigger boat. He said Lee told police after his arrest that he knew what had happened when Wang was at sea. Lee had said Wang was given some pills on April 10 and then seemed dizzy and could not move his limbs. He was trussed up, attached to a rope with a weight on and put onto a sampan and taken away. When the sampan returned, Lee had said, Wang was not on board. He was told the money could still be collected after the victim was dumped, the court heard. The hearing continues.