"Should be a must-read for any aspiring actor or singer. Underlines the need to simultaneously work the body, mind, and spirit to achieve the desired result. And the joy is that this is never really hard work."
– Back Stage
"His suggestions have a simple, rich logic, consistent with Taoist principles."
– Sigrid Heath, Woodstock Times, January 28, 1993
" . . . this is an excellent book for people wishing to improve their singing, acting, or speech making."
– Health World
"Remarkable . . . sensitive musicality . . . His compositions are attractively unassuming."
– Robert Sherman, The New York Times
– Philadelphia Inquirer
"A very fine and sensitive singer"
– Alexander Kipnis, Renowned bass and vocal teacher
"A gifted singer . . . a superior way of reacting to the moods of each song"
– Alan Rich, The New York Times
TV comments on Cheng's concert:
"Tenor Stephen Cheng dazzled the crowd."
". . . World class musicians demonstrate how music can conquer the cultural divide."
– Honolulu's TV Channel 4 news broadcast on Cheng's East-West concert at the Honolulu Academy of the A
"...brings ancient Chinese philosophy to using the voice that can bring about psychic balance within the individual."
– Jayne Comins, The Singer, Aug-Sept, 2004
"This is interesting stuff, even if you're not planning on singing on stage or becoming a public speaker . . . . a must-have for singers, speakers, and those interested in Eastern religions."
– New View, Oct 2005