The white trunk is pretty distinctively Serissa. Unfortunately, they're one of those trees that either do well or don't. And the thing is, they may do well for some time and then fail for no apparent reason. It's happened to bonsai enthusiasts over and over again, so much so that this species has a very poor reputation.
You're quite welcome. One other tip for you, in order to provide the best survival chances for this tree, you will need to place it somewhere well lit and cool (but not cold) during the winter. You may also want to consider changing the soil to something better draining.
What do you mean by cool? And should I change the soil now? It doesn't seem like the best time to stress it out to me. Something like 50/50 organic/inorganic? Right now it seems to be all organic peat.
This tree doesn't go dormant though right? And below 50 is uncommon for where I am until late November... But I'll keep that in mind. Alli need to do is find somewhere to buy soil.. Home depot maybe? There's no nurseries around here.