The Way to Buddhahood: Instructions from a Modern Chinese Master by Venerable Yin-shun
Highly recommended book.
If you like the FPMT Gelug approach, then this book by Ven. Yinshun will also probably strongly appeal to you. The general structure owes a lot to the Gelug Lamrim style, and all the sources referenced are Indic sources from Agamas, Mahayana Sutras and Sastras (and actually a little bit from the Lamrim, too).
It's not Chan, but it serves as the best example of modern Chinese Buddhism which is placing more emphasis back on Indian sources. For this reason, it will have more in common with other Mahayana traditions.