Aw was named as one of the Mediacorp 7 Princesses 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.
Hence, I'm more acceptable of a relationship with a much older guy,” she laughed.She also added that she would not avoid Ang because of the rumours.Aw left SPH Media Works in early 2002 to complete her studies, joined Hype Records and then officially signed on as a Mediacorp artiste in May 2002.It was the most watched Singapore drama that year, and she grew popular for playing the character.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.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.When contacted by reporters, Aw too shot down the relationship rumours but admitted that the pair often met up in private for meals to discuss personal matters. The actress revealed that it was only after filming wrapped that they realised they shared a good rapport and thus frequently asked each other out for meals.She however downplayed the chances of being in a May-December relationship.According to the report, the 21-year-old Ang, who left Media Corp in July this year to focus on his recycling business, splashes out S,000 a month on his lady love and and frequently brought Aw to Swissotel Equinox and other trendy restaurants for meals.