Hong Kong: closing in... China’s new national security law saw arrests made in Hong Kong during its first few days of implementation and raises concerns for Christians in the former British colony. International Christian Concern / Various photo: iStock The law covers four categories of crimes: succession, subversion of state power, local terrorist activities and collaborating with foreign or external foreign forces to endanger national security. subscribe now Join today to gain access to the rest of this article and many others. more info login If you are already a subscriber, log in to continue. log in access code If you have an access code, enter it here: Go free trial Get free access for 14 days: Sign up Click here to find out how we take care of your personal data.