Hoya chinghungensis was first described as Dischidia chinghungensis in 1974, but was moved to the Hoya genus in 1995. In its native habitat of Myanmar, it grows in the dense, cloud shrouded, forests above 1,500 meters.
I received a cutting of the plant in the late spring of 2012, where it soon rooted and grew very quickly. It flowered approximately one year later in June of 2013. The care of the plant, like the flower, is almost identical to Hoya bella. It never wants to dry out, does well both under artificial light in the grow tent, and natural light in normal household conditions. I really like the form of this plant and can highly recommend it to all growers. The only negative that I can come up with is chinghungensis seems to be very susceptible to spider mites. I have controlled them well with a product called Azamax which uses a derivative of the Neem Plant called Azadirachtin.