A hard to find Hoya, the Hoya Crassipetiolata have long-narrow-veiny leaves that produces light yellow flowers with a white/pink center.
Like most Hoyas, these will like to fully dry out in the soil between waterings. This may be roughly every 10-12 days depending on your home environment. They will do best when given a bright light and can even handle some direct sun. These will not do well in lower light conditions! When repotting use a semi-coarse airy soil that will drain water well. Lot of kiwi bark can help for Hoya drainage!