The former chairman of Skyworth Digital Holdings and his brother, accused of misappropriating $48 million in company funds, faced two additional charges brought by the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) when they appeared in Eastern Magistracy yesterday. Stephen Wong Wang-sang, 48, and Wong Pui-sin, 37, a former executive director of the company, were charged with conspiring with others to steal more than $2.2 million from Skyworth Computer & Network. They were also accused of conspiring with others to defraud Skyworth Digital in the granting of a share-option scheme. No pleas were taken and the case was adjourned until June 1. The company, the third-largest television maker in China, has been suspended from trading since December 1 last year, when the pair were among 15 people arrested by the ICAC. Stephen Wong also faces an additional charge of conspiring with another person to steal $500,000 from the company. The alleged offences took place between November 2000 and November last year. The two men are on bail of $1 million each and were ordered to surrender their travel documents. The pair stepped down from their posts with the company after the arrests.