Two of China's team victories came in table tennis and the other in wheelchair fencing.
Dame Sarah Storey has won the 14th gold medal of her career after winning the women's C4-5 cycling road race in the Rio Paralympics.
She crossed the line 3:29 before her nearest rival, Poland's Anna Harkowska, with Crystal Lane following three minutes later and holding off Delgado of Argentina and Germany's Brachtendorf to claim bronze.
Weir finished fourth in the 1,500m and fifth in the 400m.
While there were no additional medals for Team Nigeria in their last events on Saturday, the country's special athletes have done enough to be celebrated for their heroics in Rio.
Mi, who was born with cerebral palsy, has also won silver in both the javelin F37 and shot put F37 at the Rio Games.
Great Britain's Hannah Russell won the 50m freestyle S12 finishing well in front of the rest of the field in 27.53.
ParalympicsGB won a stunning 147 medals and celebrated their haul at the bash in Brazil. Holt took silver here with a time of 28.79.
And Noelle Lenihan claimed a bronze medal in the F38 discus.
And Storey won the 131st medal and 60th gold with a commanding victory in the women's C4/C5 road race. Young came within.68 of a second for her second bronze in Rio, having placed third in the 100 breaststroke on day four of the meet.
Amalia Perez of Mexico was however successful as her 130 kg lift earned her the gold medal, as well as new Paralympic and world records in the event. The first gold medal of the day went to China in the Discus F55 which was won by Feixia Dong.
Hannah Dines came fifth in the trike racing time trial in 1:09:03 with the Glaswegian ending just over a minute behind Australian victor Carol Cooke.
Rio de Janeiro: War hero and para-canoe gold medallist Curtis McGrath will carry Australia's flag at the Rio Paralympics closing ceremony (Monday 9am AEST). It is a mark which Britain could match on the final day.
He outsprinted Spaniard Ignacio Avila Rodriguez, who was awarded the same time, and Britain's Steve Bate took the bronze medal. Part of that success, however, was due to many tickets being sold for as little as three dollars - or given to school children in an global fill the seats campaign.
Only the tally of 107 golds from the NY andStoke Mandeville Games of 1984 seems beyond this team.
6. Over to the Equestrian team, and Natasha Baker looks emotional after winning her gold.
There was another world record, coming in the javelin T12/13 as Nozimakhon Kayumova of Uzbekistan threw 44.58 to win comfortably.
4. In the men's 100m - T42 final, Richard Whitehead won a joint silver.
ParalympicsGB smashed their target of 121 medals and remarkably few of their podium places - probably no more than a handful - can be credited to the controversial absence of Russian Federation from the Games. An all British final was set up when Jo Firth managed a big win over Korean Ok Geum Kim 131-123. They're a great team. Why don't we cast a good light on them at all?