This plant is part of the Chinese Evergreen family and its care is rather similar. I adore the pink on this one and really hope that this one takes off for me.
Medium indirect light. They’ll tend to get leggy and lose some of the colorations if kept in lower light so watch how your plant is doing and move it accordingly.
Moist but well-draining soil which means let that top inch begin to dry out then water. I’ll have mine in self-watering wicked pots so I believe that will work best for this plant as I can control the water somewhat by not having a full reservoir or allowing it to go dry for a day or two if it seems to be getting too much water. It’s a learning process using self-watering containers for certain!
The Aglaonema Wishes is considered a good beginning plant for its care is relatively easy. Keep an eye on it, and give it what it needs and you should have a happy plant.