This 2017 video from England says about itself:
14 July 2017
Dinosaurs of China: Ground Shakers to Feathered Flyers is a exhibit of some incredible mounts and dinosaur fossils in Wollaton hall, Nottingham. A incredible exhibit!
By Gary Ling
HONG KONG (Reuters Life!) – Rare Chinese dinosaurs are set to stalk visitors to Hong Kong’s Science Museum in a new exhibition opening this month.
The museum will host over 200 skeletons of dinosaur and animals that once lived in what is now China over 100 million years ago.
The collection includes the Jehol Biota, unique to Liaoning in northern China, as well as the Jinfengopteryx elegans and Microraptor gui, precursors of modern birds, and the Mammuthus sungari, one of the largest mammoths ever discovered, which are being displayed in Hong Kong for the first time.
Assistant Curator Eddie Ng is confident the sheer size of this exhibition — and its huge exhibits — will impress. The exhibit opens on May 25.
“The difference between this exhibition and the last ones is that this time it is much larger,” said Ng.
He said one of the exhibition’s highlights was the 9-metre (29.5 foot) tall Nuoerosaurus chaganensis, a carnivorous dinosaur that is a rare specimen.
See also here.
Keichosaurus fossils in China: here.