Opera, once famed for its web browsers, is apparently struggling to make ends meet. So much so that it has hired Morgan Stanley International to search for a buyer. That buyer has just come into the picture from halfway around the world. A consortium made up of Chinese bigshots Kunlun and Qihoo 360 have signified their intention to buyout the Norwegian company for $12 billion. Backed by investment funds Golden Brick and Yonglian, Opera's board is more than convinced that this is the right way to go for the former Internet giant.