Party planners are lamenting the postponement of a Financial Times/Hong Kong Cancer Fund fundraising party that was to take place on Saturday at IFC 2. An inside source said the party, to launch the Asian FT's weekend edition, had already been the subject of 'five to 10 meetings prior to the venue being confirmed, 10 meetings after the venue was confirmed and a 2?-hour on-site meeting with all the parties involved'. The plans were ambitious. A source said two weeks ago that highlights were to include 'a pink limo, pink food. They are going to get Jackie Chan abseiling off the side of the IFC 2 building and the Rolling Stones are going to come!' Alas, it all seems to have fizzled out, and there will be no party at all this weekend, much less one involving Mick Jagger and Big Brother Jackie. Why it has been postponed is a mystery. Both the FT and the Cancer Fund say there were just too many things going on this weekend - the Rolling Stones, two high-society weddings - so they have decided to wait for a better date. They denied they had finalised their plans and said they had not even signed on any sponsors or contracted any outside help. But others involved in planning the event have told CitySeen the delay was because one of the sponsors decided to withdraw at last minute - and the loss of their contribution was enough to pull the plug on the event - at least for the moment. The FT says the show will go on by early next year at the latest.