This article lists six countries where owning a bible is 'dangerous' :
Six Countries . . .
The six countries listed are North Korea, Somalia, Maldives, Morocco, Libya and Uzbekistan.
Of the list - North Korea, Libya and Uzbekistan are the most intolerant.
China is, in fact, 'imprisoning' people for their religious, or cultural, beliefs as reported by recent documentaries regarding the Uighurs.
China's Cultural Persecution of Uighurs.
However the imprisonment is described by euphemisms such as 'training' and 'education'.
So also is the effort of China to stamp out Christianity.
Preserving the Integrity of the Bible in China.
Under the direction of the Chinese government . . . a five-year plan to reorient the Bible to promote socialism and create a new Christianity that favors the communist government’s agenda.
Coupled with the way the Uighurs are being treated, this re-writing of the bible and the fact that bibles can no longer be retailed in China is, in effect, a genuine situation of facing potential imprisonment for possessing a real bible (as opposed to a Communist version of the bible).