Melanie, I have no idea if such a list exists, but Richmond lists the following seven ssp. for Cheng as Author (Auctor), or/alt. co-author, and (as I understand it), he's; Tso-hsin Cheng (1906–1998), in Western order of names (Surname last), a k a 郑作新 alt. Zheng Zuoxin (in Eastern order of names).
Mr Cheng himself is commemorated in the Sichuan Bush warbler Locustella chengi Alström et al., 2015 (OD here).
Note that the dear old, now defunct HBW Alive Key had his name/s the other way around (in the Eastern Way): "Prof. Cheng Tso-hsin (1906-1998) ..." !?!
Why is unknown to me, but probably due to the somewhat quirky way the dedication of chengi was written, in the OD itself (on p.27 of 32):
We are pleased to name Locustella chengi after the late Professor Cheng Tso-hsin (modern pinyin transcription Zheng Zuoxin) (1906–1998) in recognition of his unparalleled contributions to Chinese ornithology, of which his monumental work A Synopsis of the Avifauna of China (Cheng 1987) is the most widely known outside of China. We recommend the use of the English name Sichuan Bush Warbler.
郑作新 [Cheng T-H]. 1984. 中国鸦雀的系统分类 研究. [A systematic review of crow-tits (Paradoxornis) hitherto recorded from China.] 动物学报 [Acta Zool. Sin.], 30 (3): 278-285.
(The first two pages, including the OD of the ssp [on p. 279] can be seen [here].)
This name has been treated as a subjective synonym of Paradoxornis guttaticollis David 1871 by recent workers.