POSKOD TALKS is a free series that gathers ideas, insights and initiatives by KL-ites on ways to improve our living conditions. As mapping has now expanded to fulfill cultural and spatial needs rather than just geographical, learn how maps have helped to collect relevant data to improve our city. At the fifth installment of the series, three professionals who map interesting data in KL will talk about charting and connecting the dots in our city. Speakers include founder of 'Chow Kit Kita', Lew Pik-Svonn, Studio 25's Jeffrey Lim, lecturer and performer Mark Teh as well as copywriter and #Globalfootprints founder Tercia Goh. Admission is free and RSVP is not required.