Jeanette Aw

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Jeanette Aw
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Background information
Chinese name 歐萱 (traditional)
Chinese name 欧萱 (simplified)
Pinyin Ōu Xuān (Mandarin)
Jyutping Au1 Hyun1 (Cantonese)
Birth name Jeanette Aw Ee-Ping
(Chinese: 欧燕苹; pinyin: Ōu Yànpíng)[1]
Born (1979-06-28) 28 June 1979 (age 37)
Occupation Actress, author
Label(s) Hype Records (2002–present)
Mediacorp (2002–present)
SPH MediaWorks (2001–2002)
Years active 2001–present
Ancestry Fujian, China

Jeanette Aw Ee-Ping (born 28 June 1979), better known by her stage name Ou Xuan (欧萱), is a Singaporean actress and author. She has been a full-time Mediacorp artist for 15 years and is managed by Artiste Networks, a subsidiary of Hype Records.[2][3] Through her television career, Aw has established herself as one of the most popular and high-profile celebrities in Singapore.[4][5] She has won 29 awards, the record number for a performer, at Mediacorp's Star Awards. Aw has published two books – the best-selling Jeanette Aw: Definitions in 2012 and Sol’s World: Somebody to Love in 2015 – and starred in musical Beauty World in 2015.

While in college, Aw entered Route to Glamour,[6] in which she placed first. She signed on with SPH Mediaworks and made her acting debut in the 2001 drama Touched. Aw then switched to Mediacorp in 2002 and played Mo Jingjing in Holland V (2003). Aw was named as one of the Seven Princesses of Mediacorp in 2006, after which she achieved wider success with her leading role in acclaimed drama The Little Nyonya (2008). Aw garnered critical appreciation for portraying flawed actress, Zhao Fei Er, in The Dream Makers (2013) and its 2015 sequel. She won her first Best Actress award at the Star Awards for her performance in the latter drama.

Aw's off-screen roles include duties as a brand ambassador for several Singapore and international companies.

Early life[edit]

Aw was born in Singapore to parents with ancestry from Fujian, China. She has an elder sister and an elder brother. Coming from an English-speaking family, Aw rarely used Mandarin in their conversations.[7] She considered her childhood blessed and fortunate because her parents provided for everything that she needed.[8] Growing up with a carefree nature, she was an introvert and was "the kind of girl who loved reading, writing and drawing". Aw wanted to be a dancer, an artist or a child psychologist.[8]

Attending Raffles Girls' Primary School, Crescent Girls' School, National Junior College and National University of Singapore, Aw was a school prefect and a model student.[9][10] Her best subjects were English Literature and English, and she scored an A for art at the O Levels.[11] Aw did gymnastics in primary school, dance in secondary school and swimming in junior college.[12] She started ballet training at 13, and Aw went on to dance almost everyday before signing her first acting contract.[13] She also played the saxophone in her secondary school concert band[14] and trained for a girl group in junior college. In university, Aw was President of the NUS Dance Ensemble.[15] Though she considered majoring in child psychology because of her love for children,[16] Aw planned to pursue a career on stage and eventually graduated with a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Degree in Theatre Studies.[11]

Acting career[edit]

2001–2002: Early work[edit]

While preparing for her graduation production in her final year at university (before receiving an offer for the Honours Degree program), Aw and her friends also auditioned at theater companies.[13] A friend told her that a company was looking for actors, and Aw only learnt that it was a television station after submitting her application. Joining Route to Glamour, a talent search organised in Singapore and Malaysia by the now defunct television network SPH MediaWorks in 2000, Aw beat over 5000 applicants to emerge champion and signed on with the network.[6][11] In her debut year, she was awarded "Best Performer" and "Best Newcomer" and co-starred in a Taiwanese television drama. Aw left SPH MediaWorks in early 2002 to complete her studies, joined Hype Records and then officially signed on as a Mediacorp artiste in May 2002.[14] She starred as Fan Keke in Beautiful Connection, the highest-rated Singapore drama in 2002, and won the Best Newcomer award at Star Awards 2002.[17][18][19][20] Aw also filmed the Taiwanese idol drama Kiss of a Toast II.[21]

2003–2007: Public recognition[edit]

In 2003, Aw acted in True Heroes, before going on to star as Mo Jingjing, a young woman with low IQ, in Holland V.[14][18][19][20] It was the most watched Singapore drama that year, and she grew popular for playing the character. Aw was nominated for Best Actress at Star Awards 2003, but lost to co-star Chen Liping. However, she won her first "Top 10 Most Popular Female Artistes" award. After the mega success of Holland V, Aw was seen as a possible successor of the Ah Jie (big sister) status. In 2004, Aw starred in her first female lead role as Wen Qian in Spice Siblings alongside Tay Ping Hui and Cynthia Koh.[14][18][19] Following that, she starred in two dramas – A Child's Hope II and The Champion.[17][18][19] Aw was again nominated for Best Actress for her excellent performance in A Child's Hope II and also won the "Top 10 Most Popular Female Artistes" award at Star Awards 2004.

Following two years of non-stop filming, Aw became less productive in 2005. In January, she starred as Fang Lixiang in My Lucky Charm alongside Huang Biren.[22] That year, Aw filmed one drama, The Rainbow Connection, where she played Ding Yingying, a talented dancer who has stage fright.[19] This drama involved an ensemble cast drawing from Singapore, mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Malaysia. As Aw was also a dancer, she performed in many dancing scenes. Though Aw did not manage a Best Actress nomination at Star Awards 2005, she managed to win her third "Top 10 Most Popular Female Artistes" award. In 2006, Aw played a schizophrenic character who hated her father in C.I.D. before starring in Through It All.[20][23] She clinched her fourth "Top 10 Most Popular Female Artistes" award at Star Awards 2006. In December 2006, the term Seven Princesses of Mediacorp was coined as part of Mediacorp publication iWeekly's 476th issue cover story. Aw was named as one of the 7 Princesses along with Jesseca Liu, Felicia Chin, Fiona Xie, Rui En, Joanne Peh and Dawn Yeoh.[24]

Aw's drama The Peak was screened on January 2007.[19][20] She played Zhong Xiao Yang, a ship construction worker who became wheelchair-bound after saving her boyfriend. The drama was filmed around the time of Aw's loss of her godmother, and while many expected her to be nominated for Best Actress at the annual Star Awards, she did not manage a return to the nominees list. In July, Aw was involved in Switched! starring opposite Fann Wong, where she played Jiang Xinhui, a famous, willful and materialistic actress.[20] Her final 2007 drama, Dear, Dear Son-In-Law, was screened on October 2007.[25]

2008–2009: Breakthrough[edit]

In 2008, Aw spent four months filming in China for the Chinese production The Shaolin Warriors.[26] She then starred as Chen Xiaorou in Rhythm of Life and Lin Keyi in The Defining Moment where she was praised for her good acting.[27][28] Then came Aw's big opportunity: to star in Mediacorp's mega-blockbuster production, The Little Nyonya. Several actresses auditioned for the main female lead role for which Aw was selected. Many viewers saw it as a series conceived to boost Aw's television career and to secure the Best Actress award for her at the following Star Awards, and criticism was leveled at Mediacorp's bias towards Aw. Several viewers also believed that the producers intentionally wrote Aw's first role as a mute in attempt to conceal her imperfect delivery of Mandarin.[29] In response, producers lauded Aw's work, saying that she performed in a professional manner. Aw's dual portrayal of Yamamoto Yueniang and Huang Juxiang (the mother to her primary character) was also praised by members of the audience.[30] The drama became the most watched Singapore drama in 15 years and was a huge success. Aw gained many more fans and was hailed as the third-generation Ah Jie.[31] Despite receiving a third Best Actress nomination at Star Awards 2009, Aw surprisingly lost to her co-star Joanne Peh. In end-2009, Aw acted in Together with Dai Xiangyu for the third time.

2010–present: Continued success[edit]

In 2010, Aw played a funeral director hoping to improve people’s perceptions of her profession in New Beginnings.[32] She had overcome a health scare during the filming of the drama.[33] Though Aw again failed to win, she clinched her fourth and fifth Best Actress nominations respectively for Together (2010) and blockbuster drama Breakout (2011). Originally scheduled to film Absolutely Charming in 2011, Aw instead joined Destiny In Her Hands in Malaysia where she suffered a minor facial injury.[34][35] In September 2011, Aw completed filming for the drama Precious in China. She played the main lead role and collaborated with Dai Xiangyu – the fifth time in three years. Precious was the remake of The Little Nyonya, and Aw played three roles (the mother Fang Xi Ruo, the daughter Ling Qian Jin and Qian Jin's granddaughter) this time. In 2012, she also filmed Rescue 995 as Shi Hao Ran.[36] A righteous young lady who is bubbly and cheerful, the role differed from Aw's recent emotional roles. 2012 Channel U drama Jump! was her first attempt at a laugh-out-loud comedy, making it a surprising and challenging one.[34][37] In December that year, Aw played a girl with eyes that can see through anyone’s inner world in Beyond.[8]

Said to be Aw's second breakthrough drama, The Dream Makers was Channel 8's 2013 mid-year blockbuster, which featured a grand cast including Zoe Tay, Chen Li Ping, Chen Han Wei, Qi Yu Wu and Rui En.[38] In the drama, Aw played a C-list actress who tries hard to make her way to fame. She received numerous positive comments from viewers and compliments from veteran artistes like Zoe Tay, Chen Han Wei, Bryan Wong and Xiang Yun, which made Aw the hot favourite for Best Actress at Star Awards 20.[39][40] Following a similar loss to Chen Liping at Star Awards 2003 however, she was again beaten to the award by her co-star and broke the record for most nominations (6) without a win. Aw clinched five popularity awards, including "Favourite Female Character" and "Favourite Onscreen Couple" with Qi Yu Wu for the drama.[41][42][43] At the Star Awards 20 Show 1, she became the first artiste to win four awards at a single show since the inception of Star Awards as well as the first to net five awards in a single year. With Aw clinching a tenth and final "Top 10 Most Popular Female Artistes" award at Star Awards 20 Show 2, she was also the first of the Seven Princesses of Mediacorp to earn the "All-Time Favourite Artiste" accolade.[44][45]

In 2013, Aw was involved in Channel 8's epic historical drama The Journey: A Voyage which marked her fifth and third collaboration with Elvin Ng and Joanne Peh respectively.[46] Along with cast members Ng and Desmond Tan, Aw promoted the drama – then airing on PPCTV – in Cambodia.[47] In celebration of the 2014 FIFA World Cup, she acted in the football-themed drama World at Your Feet[48] and its spin-off, Unexpected Strangers, a telemovie made for Mediacorp’s on-demand service Toggle.[49] In August 2014, Aw played a tomboy chef in Spice Up[9] before starring in The Journey: Tumultuous Times, the second part of The Journey trilogy.[50][51] Her onscreen combination with co-star Shaun Chen was celebrated for evoking memories of their Holland V pairing.[52] In February 2015, Aw played a fashionable single blogger known for baring her break-up experiences and shaming her exes online in Channel U drama Let It Go.[53][54] She nabbed six awards at the Star Awards 2015 Show 1 [55] before receiving her "All-Time Favourite Artiste" award at Star Awards 2015 Show 2 with Vivian Lai.[56] In July 2015, she guest starred in The Journey: Our Homeland, thus becoming the only cast member to have appeared in all three installments of the trilogy.[57]

It was announced in May that year that Aw would play Zhao Fei Er for the second time in blockbuster drama The Dream Makers II, the sequel to the 2013 hit series.[58] Even before filming begun, Aw's Best Actress award chances at the following year's Star Awards were highlighted.[40] Aw explained that her character would suffer from depression and she has done some research on the characteristics and behaviour of depression patients to better portray her role. In July, Aw and co-star Zoe Tay promoted the drama at the China International Film & TV Programs Exhibition in Beijing.[59] Later in November, Aw's debut film, Find My Dad, grossed $37,850 over a 14-day limited release.[60][61] Produced in Malaysia in 2012, Aw played a single mother.[8][62][63] At the inaugural PPCTV MediaCorp Awards in Cambodia, Aw was the most decorated artiste, nabbing "Favourite Lead Actress" and "Favourite Female TV Character" for portraying Zhao Fei Er in The Dream Makers.[64] Following the airing of The Dream Makers II in December, Aw's embodiment of the role was lauded.[65][66][67] She went on to clinch the awards for "Best Actress", "Favourite Female Character" and "Favourite Onscreen Couple" at Star Awards 2016.[68]

Aw later starred in mid-year blockbuster drama The Dream Job[69] and netted her eighth "Best Actress" nomination at Star Awards 2017 thereafter.[70] She plays a triad gangster in season two of the Channel 8 long-form TV drama, 118,[71][72][73] and was injured by a shattered glass door during its filming.[74][75][76][77][78] In March 2017, it was announced that Aw would star in Ramen Teh, a film co-produced by Japan and Singapore.[79][80][81][82][83][84][85][86][87][88][89][90]


Jeanius (Singapore) is Aw's official fan club and was established on 29 December 2004. The club's name is derived from Aw’s first name, Jeanette, and the word "genius". It is the only official fan club acknowledged by Aw. Over the years, the club has worked closely with Aw's management, Artiste Networks.[91] Jeanius (Singapore) has expanded its fan base to regional countries such as Cambodia, China, and Malaysia.[92]

Off-screen work[edit]


From 2001 to 2002, Aw made her first commercials for AsiaOne, Glamour Shot, OTO, Singtel, and Sony Batteries.[93] She then endorsed LifePharm Intenz Skin Activator and Pokka Vegetable Juice in 2003, and with her rising popularity in 2004, Aw became the official ambassadress for SK Jewellery for the first time.[94] This was followed by StarHub i-mode in 2005 and 2006. With the roaring success of The Little Nyonya, Aw picked up endorsement opportunities for IZU, Kim Robinson, NETS, New Moon, OSIM uSqueez Warm, and Sakura International Buffet Restaurant. From 2010 to 2012, she modeled for Olay Regenerist,[8] OWL, and Reduze as well as SK Jewellery again, and was named the queen of endorsements.[26] In July 2015, Aw began to appear in advertisements for Bio-Essence, a skincare company.[95] Together with executive Chinese chef Brian Wong of Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel’s Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant, Aw created a Peranakan-Chinese fusion menu as part of American Express' Love Dining programme in 2017.[96]

Social and humanitarian work[edit]

Aw has visited children's homes[26] and made overseas volunteer trips for underprivileged children.[21] In 2012, Aw collaborated with Precious Moments and reportedly received a five-figure sum which she donated to a charity for children with cancer.[26] In May 2016, Aw, a brand ambassador for Bulgari, helped to raise funds for a Save the Children program in Vietnam.[97]


Aw published her debut book, Jeanette Aw: Definitions, in February 2012 containing aspects of her personal life.[33] In this work, which includes black-and-white photos and sketches she drew, Aw defined what was important to her in words from A to Z. Among the revelations was a breast cancer scare in 2010 – she discovered a lump in her breast, but it turned out to be benign. Aw also wrote about playing mother to her three young godchildren as well as her interest in drawing and sketching.[8] The title topped the best-selling lists of all major Singapore bookstores. A month later, Aw released Jeanette Aw: Definitions (Limited Edition).

In May 2015, Aw followed up with her second book, Sol’s World: Somebody to Love, concerning the titular character’s journey of self-discovery.[98] The picture book is the result of over two years of hard work and all illustrations were hand-painted. The character Sol began as an illustration which accompanied Aw’s column in Mediacorp publication iWeekly in 2010. Over the years, she grew attached to the character and decided to make Sol the central figure of this book. As part of its Children’s Season "Masak Masak 2015", Aw's artwork from the book and new drawings were exhibited at the National Museum of Singapore from May to August 2015.[11][99] The Sol’s World: Somebody to Love exhibition included her display "Simple Pleasures in Life & Life’s Best Journey is with The One You Love"[100] and two other artist interpretations of her book.[101]

Stage performances[edit]

Inspired by the popularity of The Little Nyonya, Aw headlined The Peranakan Ball in May 2009 at the Singapore Indoor Stadium and paired up with Dai Xiangyu again.[102] Other cast members of the musical included veteran Mediacorp artistes like Xiang Yun, Ann Kok and Rayson Tan as well as Project SuperStar’s Chen Diya and Carrie Yeo.

Aw performed at Singapore Day in Shanghai in 2011[103][104] and 2015.[105][106][107]

In November 2015, Aw became the latest Singapore television celebrity to take to the stage in a re-staging of Dick Lee and Michael Chiang’s iconic musical Beauty World at Victoria Theatre. She played the character Lulu, a vindictive cabaret queen.[108][109][110] Aw was commended for her "convincing acting"[111] and her "perfect"[112] enactment as she "gave off the vibe of a cunning and manipulative cabaret queen easily"[113] without a single word spoken. Despite criticism of Aw's vocal abilities,[114] director Dick Lee praised her overall performance.[115]

Personal life[edit]

When her close friend died soon after giving birth to a set of triplets, Aw stepped in and played mother to them.[33] She has nurtured the children and cared for their emotional and mental growth since then, calling them every day and visiting them as often as three times a week. The father, who was working in an events company, traveled often, and the children were often in her care.[31]

As of 2015, Aw was in a relationship with her Caucasian boyfriend of nine years.[11]

Aw's interests include reading and writing.[116] As a personal project, she has also been working on a script for a short film. Comparing acting with writing, Aw said: “In terms of better expression of myself, it’s definitely through writing... Well, I do hope to develop my own scripts in future – that is really the next step for me.”

In the media[edit]

Aw is one of the most popular actresses in Singapore,[117] and she keeps her personal life well-guarded.[11][16][78][116][118] Aw has appeared on the covers of lifestyle magazines, ranging from Mediacorp publications like 8 Days, Elle Singapore, iWeekly, Style:Weddings and uWeekly as well as SPH magazines like Cleo Singapore, Female, Her World, ICON, Nuyou, Nuyou Time and Simply Her to others like #313Foodie, Citta Bella, Ezyhealth and LiveWell (all Singapore), Citta Bella, Feminine, My Wedding, Oriental Cuisine and Sisters (all Malaysia) and Ladies (Cambodia).[119] From 2007 to 2009, FHM Singapore ranked her among the Top 100 Sexiest Women.[120]

Aw is also the only Singapore television actress with at least a million Facebook fans.[121] Along with seven triumphs at the Singapore Blog Awards and the "Social Media Award" at Star Awards in 2014 and 2015, Aw is popularly referred to as Caldecott Hill’s social media queen.[21]

Often pitted against fellow Singaporean actress Rui En by local television audiences,[117] the pair had swept popularity awards like "Favourite Female Character" and "Favourite Onscreen Couple" throughout the history of these categories at the annual Star Awards. Aw has clarified that there is no personal rivalry, something Rui En also describes as having "outgrown the whole princesses thing".[38] Ken Lim, owner of Hype Records which manages both actresses, added, "Rui En and Jeanette appeal to different fans, and this is why they are both at the top of their game. Rui En is the one with the attitude, while Jeanette is relatable."

Film, television and stage credits[edit]


Year Title Role Notes
2017 Ramen Teh
  • Singapore-Japan production
2015 Find My Dad
Ping Ma
  • Debut film
  • 1st Female Lead 第一女主角



Year Title Role Notes
2016 118 II
118 II
Li Taimei
The Dream Job
Cheng Huishan
2015 The Dream Makers II
Zhao Fei Er
The Journey: Our Homeland
Hong Minghui
  • Cameo Appearance 客串
Let It Go
Yan Neo
  • Pairs up with Elvin Ng
  • 1st Female Lead 第一女主角
  • Wawa Production
2014 The Journey: Tumultuous Times
信约: 动荡的年代
Lin Yazi
  • Cameo Appearance 客串
Hong Minghui
  • Pairs up with Shaun Chen
  • 1st Female Lead 第一女主角
Spice Up
Yu Nan
  • Pairs up with Patrick Li
  • 1st Female Lead 第一女主角
  • Malaysian production
World at Your Feet
Mo Yuqing
2013 The Journey: A Voyage
Lin Yazi
  • Pairs up with Desmond Tan
  • 1/3 of the Female Lead 三大女主角之一
The Dream Makers
Zhao Fei Er
  • Pairs up with Qi Yuwu
  • 1/4 of the Female Lead 四大女主角之一
2012 Beyond
Yang Zhiqing
Xiao Chunli
  • Pairs up with Zhang Zhenhuan
  • 1st Female Lead 第一女主角
  • threesixzero production
Rescue 995
Shi Haoran
  • Pairs up with Tay Ping Hui
  • 1st Female Lead 第一女主角
2011 Precious
Ling Qianjin
  • Pairs up with Dai Xiangyu
  • 1st Female Lead 第一女主角
  • Co-production with China
Destiny in Her Hands
Luo Jinyu
  • Pairs up with Steve Yap
  • 1st Female Lead 第一女主角
  • Singaporean-Malaysian co-production
2010 Breakout
Ye Ziqing
  • Cameo Appearance 客串
Yang Nianqing
New Beginnings
Cai Shiya
  • Pairs up with Elvin Ng
  • 1st Female Lead 第一女主角
2009 Together
Yao Jianhong
2008 The Little Nyonya
Huang Juxiang
Yamamoto Yueniang
  • Pairs up with Qi Yuwu
  • 1st Female Lead 第一女主角
The Defining Moment
Lin Keyi
  • Sibling with Fann Wong
  • 2nd Female Lead 第二女主角
Rhythm of Life
Chen Xiaorou
  • Pairs up with Elvin Ng
  • 1st Female Lead 第一女主角
The Shaolin Warriors
  • 1/3 of the Female Lead 三大女主角之一
  • Co-production with China
2007 Dear, Dear Son in Law
Jiang Yijun
  • Pairs up with Pierre Png
  • 1st Female Lead 第一女主角
Jiang Xinhui
  • Pairs up with Shaun Chen
  • 1/2 of the Female Lead 两大女主角之一
The Peak
Zhong Xiaoyang
  • Pairs up with Elvin Ng
  • 1st Female Lead 第一女主角
2006 Through It All
Cheng Xiaoxuan
  • Pairs up with Li Nanxing
  • 2nd Female Lead 第二女主角
Fang Jiayi
  • Pairs up with Tay Ping Hui
  • 1st Female Lead 第一女主角
2005 The Rainbow Connection
  • Pairs up with Angus Kuo
  • 1st Female Lead 第一女主角
My Lucky Charm
Fang Lixiang
  • Pairs up with Allan Wu
  • 2nd Female Lead 第二女主角
2004 The Champion
Guo Jingwen
  • Pairs up with Qi Yuwu
  • 1st Female Lead 第一女主角
A Child's Hope II
Lin Jinghao
  • Pairs up with Li Nanxing
  • 1st Female Lead 第一女主角
Spice Siblings
Wen Qing
  • Pairs up with Tay Ping Hui
  • 1st Female Lead 第一女主角
2003 Holland V
Mo Jingjing
  • Pairs up with Shaun Chen
  • 2nd Female Lead 第二女主角
True Heroes
Chen Huimin
  • Pairs up with Allan Wu
  • 2nd Female Lead 第二女主角
2002 Beautiful Connection
Fan Keke
  • Pairs up with Qi Yuwu
  • 1/4 of the Female Lead 四大女主角之一
Strange Encounter
  • Supporting Role 女配角
  • SPH MediaWorks production
Kiss of a Toast II
  • Supporting Role 女配角
  • Taiwanese production
Cash is King
Ding Xiaoyi
  • Supporting Role 女配角
  • SPH MediaWorks / Asia Television production
2001 Touched
  • 1st Female Lead 第一女主角
  • SPH MediaWorks production


Year Title Role Notes
2014 Unexpected Strangers
Mo Yuqing
  • Pairs up with Elvin Ng
  • 1st Female Lead 第一女主角

Variety and infotainment[edit]

Year Title Genre Notes
2015 Singapore Tonight News program
  • Promoted Sol’s World: Somebody to Love as part of "Masak Masak 2015" [122]
The 5 Show Magazine program
  • Promoted Sol’s World: Somebody to Love [123]
2014 Celebrate SG50 Variety special
  • Guest performer
Minute to Win It
Game show
Entertainment Tonight Variety
Star’s Day Off
  • Guest on Episode 6
Say It! 2
  • Guest on Episode 2
The Joy Truck 2
快乐速递 2
  • Guest on Episode 10
2013 Celebrate TV50 Variety special
  • Guest performer
CTN 10th Anniversary Show Variety special
Asia Style Collection Variety special
  • Modeled for styleXstyle Asian Fashion Collection 2013 [124]
2012 S.N.A.P.
Talent search competition
  • Guest on Episode 8
2011 Stars for a Cause 3
明星志工队 3
  • Guest
  • Filmed in Yinchuan, China [125]
Inside Job Info-educational
  • Guest on Episode 3
2010 穿越外景地 – 新加坡: 本土文化之旅 Travelogue
  • 旅游卫视 production (Beijing, China)
The Green Room
Talk show
  • TVB production (Hong Kong)
<<小娘惹>> 厨房大作战 Info-educational
  • TVB production (Hong Kong)
E-News Front Line
Magazine program
  • TVB production (Hong Kong)
Starry Kitchen
  • TVB production (Hong Kong)
Entertainment on 5 Magazine program
  • Guest
One Moment of Glory Talent search competition
  • Guest judge
  • Guest
Stars for a Cause 2
明星志工队 2
  • Guest
  • Filmed in Gansu, China[125]
2009 Channel 8 Countdown Party 2010 at Vivocity
Variety special
  • Guest performer
TrueHearts Show
Variety special
  • Guest performer
Good Morning Singapore
News program
The Princess & The Prince
  • Guest on Episode 2
The Little Nyonya's Big Reunion
Variety special
  • Guest
  • Guest
2008 Channel 8 Countdown Party 2009 at Vivocity
Variety special
  • Guest
Sichuan Earthquake Charity Show
Variety special
  • Guest
Thye Hua Kwan Charity Show
Variety special
  • Guest performer
Good Morning Singapore
News program
2007 SPD Charity Show
Variety special
  • Guest
The Princesses and the Dude
  • Guest on Episode 1
2005 Ren Ci Charity Show 2005
Variety special
  • Guest
Wish You were Here Travelogue
  • Guest
  • Filmed in Australia (Perth and the Northern Territory)
2004 Extreme Gourmet 2 Travelogue
  • Guest
  • Filmed in China
Stars of all Trades
  • Features Aw as a kindergarten teacher
2003 TrueHearts Show
Variety special
  • Guest
2002 TrueHearts Show
Variety special
  • Guest
Affairs of the Heart
Variety special
  • Guest
2000 Route to Glamour
Talent search competition
  • Champion


Year Title Role Notes
2015 Beauty World Lulu
  • 1st Female Lead
2009 The Peranakan Ball Bee Tin
  • 1st Female Lead



Year Title Soundtrack
  • "Nothing Gets in My Way"
  • "No Class" with Frances Lee
Beauty World Original Soundtrack

Compilation albums[edit]

Year Title Compilation album
2015 "万年红五羊献祥瑞" with Desmond Tan, Romeo Tan, and Felicia Chin 《群星贺岁金羊添吉祥》
2014 "金马送福真心话" with Elvin Ng, Desmond Tan, and Joanne Peh 《群星贺岁金马献万福》
2013 "拜年" with Dai Xiangyu, Elvin Ng, and Zhou Ying 《群星贺岁金蛇献祥和》
2012 "拜年" with Dai Xiangyu, Elvin Ng, and Zhou Ying 《群星贺岁金龙接财神》
2011 "拜年" with Dai Xiangyu, Elvin Ng, and Zhou Ying 《群星贺岁金兔接元宝》
2010 "'万事如意' 庆虎寿" with Elvin Ng, Dai Xiangyu, Eelyn Kok, Zhou Ying, and Zhang Zhenhuan 《群星贺岁金虎迎富贵》
2008 "新年到" with Pierre Png, Qi Yuwu, Joanne Peh, Felicia Chin, and Nat Ho 《群星贺岁福牛迎瑞年》
2006 "青春舞出 《舞出彩虹》" with Julian Hee, Candyce Toh, Jason Tan, Ruth Chua, and Silver Ang 《新传媒年度贺岁专辑:旺事如意》
2005 "拜年" with Qi Yuwu, Fiona Xie, Julian Hee, and Felicia Chin 《迎春接福喜临门》
2004 "一路顺风 :《荷兰村》插曲" with Chen Liping, Cynthia Koh, Pierre Png, Vivian Lai, Zhang Yaodong, and others Morning Express VII 《阳光系列7》
2003 "富贵荷兰村" with Chen Liping, Xie Shaoguang, Cynthia Koh, Vivian Lai, Pierre Png, and Zheng Geping 《花开富贵迎新春》
2002 "错了吗" Morning Express VI 《阳光系列VI》


Asian Television Awards[edit]

The Asian Television Awards is organized by Television Asia Plus magazine.

Asian Television Awards
Year Category Nominated work Result
2010 Best Actress in a Leading Role Together Nominated
2008 Best Actress in a Leading Role Rhythm of Life Nominated

Star Awards[edit]

The Star Awards are presented by Mediacorp.

Star Awards – Acting Awards
Year Category Nominated work Result
2017 Best Actress The Dream Job Nominated
2016 Best Actress The Dream Makers II Won
2014 Best Actress The Dream Makers Nominated
2011 Best Actress Breakout Nominated
2010 Best Actress Together Nominated
2009 Best Actress The Little Nyonya Nominated
2004 Best Actress A Child's Hope II Nominated
2003 Best Actress Holland V Nominated
Star Awards – Popularity Awards
Year Category Nominated work Result
2017 Best Dressed/Fashionista Award Nominated
2016 Favourite Female Character The Dream Makers II Won
2016 Favourite Onscreen Couple The Dream Makers II with Qi Yu Wu Won
2015 All-Time Favourite Artiste Award Won
2015 Favourite Female Character The Journey: Tumultuous Times Won
2015 Favourite Onscreen Couple World at Your Feet with Zhang Zhen Huan Won
2015 Social Media Award Won
2015 Most Popular Regional Artiste Award (Cambodia) Won
2015 Most Popular Regional Artiste Award (China) Nominated
2015 Most Popular Regional Artiste Award (Indonesia) Won
2015 Most Popular Regional Artiste Award (Malaysia) Won
2014 Most Popular Regional Artiste Award (Cambodia) Won
2014 Most Popular Regional Artiste Award (China) Nominated
2014 Most Popular Regional Artiste Award (Indonesia) Nominated
2014 Most Popular Regional Artiste Award (Malaysia) Nominated
2014 Social Media Award Won
2014 Favourite Female Character The Dream Makers Won
2014 Favourite Onscreen Couple The Dream Makers with Qi Yu Wu Won
2014 Top 10 Most Popular Female Artiste Won
2013 Top 10 Most Popular Female Artiste Won
2012 Top 10 Most Popular Female Artiste Won
2011 Favourite Female Character Breakout Nominated
2011 Favourite Onscreen Couple Breakout with Christopher Lee Won
2011 Systema Most Charming Smile Award Nominated
2011 Top 10 Most Popular Female Artiste Won
2011 最i明星风范女艺人 / iWeekly Most Stylish Award Won
2010 Favourite Female Character Together Won
2010 Top 10 Most Popular Female Artiste Won
2009 Top 10 Most Popular Female Artiste Won
2007 My Favourite Actress Nominated
2007 Screen Sweetheart of the 2000s era Award Nominated
2007 Best Classic Scenes Award The Champion with Fiona Xie, Felicia Chin and Joyce Chao Won
2007 Top 10 Most Popular Female Artiste Nominated
2006 Top 10 Most Popular Female Artiste Won
2005 Top 10 Most Popular Female Artiste Won
2004 Top 10 Most Popular Female Artiste Won
2003 Top 10 Most Popular Female Artiste Won
2002 Most Popular Newcomer Won


Year Awards Category Nominated work Result
2016 Trail Blazer Awards Style Stars of the Year Won
2015 PPCTV Mediacorp Awards Favorite Lead Actress The Dream Makers Won
2015 PPCTV Mediacorp Awards Favorite Female TV Character The Dream Makers Won
2015 PPCTV Mediacorp Awards Favorite On Screen Couple The Journey: A Voyage with Desmond Tan Won
2015 PPCTV Mediacorp Awards Favorite On Screen Couple The Dream Makers with Qi Yu Wu Nominated
2015 Singapore Blog Awards Most Favourite Local Celebrity Instagram Won
2015 Me Club Singapore Most Memorable Female Character The Little Nyonya Won
2014 Singapore Entertainment Awards Most Popular Local TV Artiste Won
2013 Singapore Blog Awards Most Popular Local Celebrity Blog/Microblog Won
2013 Singapore Entertainment Awards Most Popular Local TV Actor Won
2012 Singapore Blog Awards Most Popular Local Celebrity Blog/Microblog Won
2011 Singapore Blog Awards Most Popular Local Celebrity Blog/Microblog Won
2011 Singapore Entertainment Awards Most Popular Local TV Actor Nominated
2011 midea Youth Choice Awards Hottest Female Personality I Wanna Date Nominated
2010 Singapore Blog Awards Most Popular Local Celebrity Blog/Microblog Won
2009 Singapore Blog Awards Most Popular Local Celebrity Blog/Microblog Won
2009 National University of Singapore Alumni Awards 2009 Outstanding Young Alumni Award Won
2008 Singapore Blog Awards Most Popular Local Celebrity Blog/Microblog Won
2008 Channel 8 Countdown Party 2009 Top 8 Most Likeable Female Lead Characters The Little Nyonya – Huang Juxiang Won
2008 Channel 8 Countdown Party 2009 Top 8 Most Likeable Female Lead Characters The Little Nyonya – Yamamoto Yueniang Won
2008 Channel 8 Countdown Party 2009 Top 8 Most Likeable Female Lead Characters Rhythm of Life Won
2008 Channel 8 Countdown Party 2009 Top 8 Most Likeable Female Lead Characters The Defining Moment Won
2001 SPH MediaWorks Best Newcomer Won
2001 SPH MediaWorks Best Performer Won

Published works[edit]

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  • Aw, Jeanette (2015). Sol's World: Somebody To Love. Candid Creation Publishing. ISBN 978-9810929886. 


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