It might not be an Olympic sport yet, but Parkour, the urban pastime that originated in the suburbs of Paris, has arrived in Beijing. The “art of displacement” or “art of moving,” Parkour is an activity which involves getting from one point to another as efficiently as possible using only the human body. Students at the Beijing Film Academy have started a 12-strong Parkour club led by 22-year-old student Du Yize. Du says his club has incorporated a distinctly Chinese element into their version of Parkour, combining traditional Chinese kung fu with the trendy sport. “Anyone who wants to learn Parkour in our club needs to learn some basic skills of kung fu first,” Du tells Reuters Blogs. Watch this video of a Beijing Parkour clan above, or click here to see photos of Du and his friends practicing their moves.