Xu Dishan (simplified Chinese: ???; traditional Chinese: ???; pinyin: Xu Dìshan; Wade–Giles: Hsü Ti-shan, given name: ??; Zànkun, pen name: Luo Huasheng, Chinese: ???; pinyin: Luò Huásheng; Wade–Giles: Lo Hua-sheng; 3 February 1893 - 4 August 1941) was a Chinese author, translator and folklorist.
He was best known for his novels that focus on the people of the southern provinces of China and Southeast Asia.
He was also the first Chinese professor who taught Sanskrit at a Chinese university.