Concise Pali-Chinese Dictionary
Those who came across Buddhist texts in Chinese more than once had a desire to swear, bang their heads against the wall, or simply go out to drink tea. In some cases, this dictionary will help you not to be lost in guessing what next metaphor the author has cited, but to see a Buddhist term in four or five hieroglyphs. Knowledge of Pali (巴利 语 in Chinese) is sometimes just necessary for those who wish to touch the ancient history and literature of Buddhism with their own hands, read the commentaries on the Tipitaka.
For all connoisseurs of the Chinese language, those who like to read primary sources, who are fond of Theravada and who study Chan Buddhism. The book is quite specific, but maybe it will be useful to someone.
Title: 巴 汉 词典 Concise Pali-Chinese Dictionary
Author: Buddhadatta Mahathera A.P., Mahabano