Cheung Chau patriarchs have postponed a 70-table feast planned to celebrate San San's homecoming. Villagers have failed to fix a date with the Lee family for the $150,000 feast, which could be held on the island's sports ground if the weather allows. Rural committee vice-chairman Yeung Yuk-lun said: 'We are keeping in touch with San San's family. We are afraid San San may be too tired after she returns. 'We are also told that she is expected to attend a series of functions and we do not want to overload her. 'We'll contact San San later and ask what she likes to eat or which day will be convenient for her. 'After all, the celebration is for her.' About 800 rural leaders and islanders are expected to attend the feast, which will probably take place late next week. The operator of Cheung Hoi Restaurant, one of the biggest on the island, said: 'Cooks may need up to one week to prepare for such a big banquet. 'Space is not a big problem. Our restaurant alone can hold up to 40 tables if they are needed.' Islanders were yesterday busy setting up banners and decorative lights for San San's homecoming tonight. Fung Wai-kuen, who volunteered to help set up the lighting, said: 'It is a very happy occasion.' About 200 flag-waving primary school pupils are expected to greet San San when she arrives at the Cheung Chau pier at about 11 pm. A 60-metre-long red carpet will be ready to receive the 'Queen of the Sea', as she is described in some of the banners erected at the pier. First Pacific Bank will issue an Olympic Gold Medal Visa Card in October and give half the revenue from cardholders' purchases for six months to sports training and development.