Bungee jumping is one of those things where we, perhaps out of some unfounded bias, prefer to stay away from in China. But if you’re more of a thrill seeker (and maybe more open minded about the efficacy of safety laws here), you’ll soon get your chance to pursue that sport in Shanghai. Two historic cranes in the Xuhui District are being restored to become Shanghai’s first bungee jumping site, according to Shanghai Daily. The Beipao Wharf cranes were originally built in the 1960s to help load and unload freight, but have been idle for years. While the rest of the wharf was torn down last year to make way for a riverside green belt, the cranes and a 200-meter track have been preserved.