I have a couple of plants of this cultivar ; I wonder how you are watering ?
It looks as thouigh you have some bark piled up in the little basket ?
As you know , they grow them in the plastic baskets, bare root - no compost at all - in Thailand, but they soak the roots with a heavy spray twice a day - I am adding a picture showing this being done at the nursery where I think this plant was bred.
Personally I find that they don't do well like this, so I cut the plastic basket away - lots of short cuts taking a piece at a time, soak the whole thing for an hour, cut off all the thin
stringy shrivelled roots - they are dead and useless ; then bundle all the remaining roots into a pot and add some coarse bark. I don't know whether growing in a pot will work for you where you are - but it does work for me. Then I water by filling the pot about weekly in the growing season and every two weeks otherwise, and misting the plant every few days as well.
Often it takes a particularly warm spell for them to initiate new roots, and they tend to shut down again in cooler spells especially if no sunshine.
They are tough - you should be able to get it to pull round. Best of luck.