Sixty kindergarten pupils in sportswear move their arms in unison while chanting slogans, attracting smiles from impressed onlookers. What they probably don't realise is that the children are practising moves of Wing Chun - a Chinese martial art - designed by Ip Chun, son of legendary Wing Chun master Ip Man, who counted Bruce Lee among his students. Ip Chun, 85, devised 10 moves inspired by a traditional routine called siu lim tao, or 'little idea', to instil positive thinking. The Jockey Club came up with the idea to mark its 125th anniversary and called it Hong Kong Can Do Exercise. It combines hand movements with the chanting of encouraging scripts, like 'you can, I can, the racing goes on, the dancing goes on. We look good, we feel good, Hong Kong Can Do'. So far about 1,000 people have learned the moves from volunteers at the club, who learned them from Ip Chun. Ip Chun was present at the Po Leung Kuk Mrs Fong Wong Kam Chuen Kindergarten in Tseung Kwan O on Wednesday to teach the routines in person because this was the first time an entire school had decided to join in. More than 200 pupils and a dozen teachers took part. Ip Chun, who was taught the art when he was seven, said Wing Chun was good for all ages because it provided a chance to relax. Ling Chi-tong, five, did not stop laughing during the session. 'It's fun. It's easy. I feel good,' he said. Karen Wong Hau-kuen, principal of the kindergarten, said she wanted her colleagues and pupils to practise the exercises because it could make them happy without much effort.