The couple are believed to have started dating in February, after co-starring in the new TVB vampire-themed series Blue Veins.Their affection for each other have set tongues wagging in Hong Kong for three reasons.“My folks know I don’t date carelessly, I will make sure my partner and I get along well before I take things further,” she said.“I’m serious about it. Donning wedding gowns for work also inspired the 24-year-old actress to imagine her dream dress and wedding.
When Balia’s car arrived, Niki’s boyfriend politely gave her a goodbye kiss.
In the last three months, rookie TV actress Grace Chan has become the talk of the town in Hong Kong - for officially taking one of TVB's most eligible bachelors, Kevin Cheng, off the market.
While filming TVB drama A Change of Heart , Niki was romantically rumoured with her co-star, Bosco Wong, but the pair dismissed the rumours.
The actress-singer seems to have a new interest lately as she reportedly has been bringing her new boyfriend to meet her friends.
” she said.“I’d like the ceremony to be held at a quiet spot, perhaps in a forest, with lanterns and a long white table — pretty and simple.
We’ll eat and chat with friends and family, and my husband and I will sit at the head of the table.” Kevin has been romantically linked to many other women before, including actresses Charmaine Sheh and Niki Chow, but Grace didn’t agree that he was a playboy, instead saying he is thoughtful, considerate and sincere.She won the Most Improved Actress award at the TVB Anniversary Awards (2005) for her performance in The Gentle Crackdown.Amy Wong's Under the Canopy of Love (天幕下的戀人), starring Kevin Cheng, Bosco Wong and her, in the February of the following year also helped establish her popularity.Two nights ago, Niki attended her designer friend, Alan Chan’s birthday party and brought along her new boyfriend.Her new boyfriend reportedly is a Caucasian man and behaved intimately with Niki at the party.She terminated her contract with management company BMA and label BMA Records in January 2011 and currently has an artist contract with TVB which began on February 1, 2011. This is because she grew up speaking Shanghainese in her family.