The xutops utility allows you to print Traditional Chinese characters in zh_TW.UTF-8 locale using a PostScript-based printer. The utility converts Traditional Chinese text into a bitmapped graphics printed image.
A typical command line for printing a file containing Traditional Chinese characters, with or without ASCII/English characters, would be as follows:
system% filename | xutops | lp -d printer
The file may contain ASCII/English characters as well as Traditional Chinese. Refer to the xutops(1) man page for more detailed information.