"The highlight of this particular EP, an epic duet between the horror icon and singer Li Li"
John Squires, about the single Li Li recorded with Christopher Lee
"Rising soprano Li Li" - "Excellent performances from Li Li; an introspective, deeply felt Butterfly"
"Li Li wowed the packed theatre with her rendition of the arias Porgi Amor Qualche Ristoro as the Countess from The Marriage Of Figaro. And she gave a moving performance of Voi Che Sapete Che Cosa E' Amor as the feisty Cherubino"
Dawn Bond, Newark Advertiser
"Transfixed by the soprano Li Li"
La Nazione, Italy on the World Unified Martial Arts Championship's opening ceremony
"At the end of the performance, the audience could not stop applauding"
The Chinese Weekly
"Li-Li was sensational as Butterfly, floating from meek, obedient girl, to weeping, devastated wife" GetBracknell.co.uk on Park Opera's opening night
"A riveting performance from start to finish. Her superb vocals keep you enchanted throughout and her ability to project emotion into the audience was overwhelming"
"The singing of the main character Cio-Cio San [sung by Li Li], following the plot's development, is at times high and excited, at times warm and soft; always making the whole audience's hearts beat"
The Chinese Weekly
"Li Li's tone is full of oriental softness, adding during the progress of the plot constant layers of shyness, joy, longing and despair. Her performance, in perfect harmony with the entire process of the love story and the characters, reflected an emotion that was incomparable to any other performance. She not only conquered the audience, she also brought them a memorable live experience".
Nouvelles D'Europe, UK Edition
"Most notably, Li Li, who is small of frame but definitely Puccinian of voice, is magnetic as Butterfly [...]. On this night, she didn’t seem to tire for the whole 90 minutes and created a warm and vulnerable character".